Cows on the Bus (Board book)
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Join the cows on the bus, the ducks on the boat, and more noisy barnyard friends in this hilarious mixed-up rhyme based on the tune from The Wheels on the Bus!
This sturdy board book features tabs to pull to complete each page. Farm animals are combined with things that go in this hilarious mixed up rhyme that can be sung to the tune of The Wheels on the Bus!
About the Author
Tiger Tales publishes imaginative picture, board, novelty, chapter, and nonfiction books for children of all ages. Whether the story is funny, whimsical, informative, or teaches a gentle lesson, Tiger Tales books are designed to entertain, educate, and engage young readers.
Valerie Sindelar is a graphic designer and illustrator from Austria who enjoys creating characters and illustrations in bright colors and graphic shapes. Valerie uses colored pencils and thick markers in her sketchbook or creates illustrations digitally using her tablet.
Valerie grew up in the country, and loves spending time outdoors. When she's not drawing, she can usually be found sailing, cycling, drinking coffee, or cuddling other people's cats.
Sing along with this board book designed to grab toddlers’ attention.
The recognizable rhythms of “The Wheels on the Bus” pair vehicles with farm animals for a rollicking good read. The fun starts right on the cover, with cows as both passengers and driver sitting in a red double-decker bus. The word moo in a cutout window hints at what’s to come. Pull the tab to reveal the full text, which incorporates the title and is continued on a sliding panel: “The Cows on the Bus / Go moo / moo MOO! / All day long!” This is followed by ducks quacking on a boat, sheep driving a car, pigs flying in a plane, and dogs on a train. Finally, a rocket is big enough for all the animal friends when pulled up to its full size. Tabs alternating between the right side of the book and the top could be confusing, but the correct tab is conveniently color-coded with the appropriate background and holds a thumbnail picture of the corresponding animal. The panel that slides out is 4.75 by 4.25 inches wide, almost the same size as the book. The large tabs and thick sliders withstand rough handling and slide smoothly, making it nearly perfect toddler design. The back side of each large tab is decorated with repeated images found on adjacent pages (fish, clouds, butterflies) so if one is left open, it does not disrupt the experience of the next spread.
Pull-tabs, animal sounds, vehicles, and an irresistible song—an ideal mix for toddlers. (Board book. 1-3) —Kirkus Reviews