Everything Goes Good Night Trucks A Bedtime Book Good Night Trucks A Bedtime Book is the latest board book in Brian Biggs s acclaimed Everything Goes series all about vehicles on land in the air and by sea Good Night Trucks is the perfect way fo

  • Title: Everything Goes: Good Night, Trucks: A Bedtime Book
  • Author: Brian Biggs
  • ISBN: 9780061958151
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Board Book
  • Good Night, Trucks A Bedtime Book is the latest board book in Brian Biggs s acclaimed Everything Goes series all about vehicles on land, in the air, and by sea Good Night, Trucks is the perfect way for a truck loving kid to end the day As the sky darkens and the streetlights come on, all kinds of trucks are wished good night fire trucks, monster trucks, dump trucks, anGood Night, Trucks A Bedtime Book is the latest board book in Brian Biggs s acclaimed Everything Goes series all about vehicles on land, in the air, and by sea Good Night, Trucks is the perfect way for a truck loving kid to end the day As the sky darkens and the streetlights come on, all kinds of trucks are wished good night fire trucks, monster trucks, dump trucks, and even ice cream trucks Bold, bright colors and playful details make this just right for the littlest vehicle lovers.

    • Everything Goes: Good Night, Trucks: A Bedtime Book By Brian Biggs
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    About “Brian Biggs

    1. Brian Biggs says:

      FROM Weird Business, 1995 Often compared to Charles Addams and Edward Gorey, Brian Biggs first unleashed his bizarre storytelling skills on an unsuspecting world with the love story Frderick Eloise Fantagraphics Since then Brian s work has appeared in a variety of magazines He is currently in negotiations for his new graphic novel Dear Julia.



    2 thoughts on “Everything Goes: Good Night, Trucks: A Bedtime Book

    1. My girls and I really like the Everything Goes board books. My toddler likes the quirky art of Brian Biggs. My preschooler likes that after one or two read alouds, she can "read" them to herself (by memory). I like the fundamental educational value. While this bedtime book is not about counting, opposites, or colors it is about naming types of trucks. It's a labeling book. My girls love it and I'm sure it would be a little boy's dream if he's into transportation. Thanks to HC.

    2. I like the style of illustration in this book but wish it had verse rather than single words on each page.

    3. I like the introduction to the different kinds of trucks, but couldn't they have written "good night" on each page?

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