From the acclaimed author of The Magical Life of Mr. Renny, this nearly-wordless picture book is guaranteed to make preschoolers giggle. Filled with bright colors, car crashes, and animal mix-ups, it will delight young readers with every humorous detail!
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Leo Timmers is one of Belgium's preeminent picture book authors, with a large and loyal following. Trained in graphic design, he illustrates magazines as well as picture books. He lives in Brussels with his wife and daughters.From School Library Journal:
PreS-Gr 1–A zany traffic-jam story. An antlered bookseller in a yellow roadster totes a stack of books titled Bang and has a fender bender with a trash can, into which all the books fly. Behind the accident, a pig in a red truck bearing 16 google-eyed chickens can't stop quickly enough. Chickens fly, then land atop the head of the bookseller. Next, a giraffe with bags of clothing in its open-trunk roadster piles into the pig's truck, sending the garments soaring into the air, then onto the chickens. The fun compounds with an alligator-piloted tire truck, a purple jalopy toting fish, and more. Each “BANG” scene uses the background color of the crashing vehicle and brings more hilarity and opportunity for conversations about colors, names of animals, and predictions. Single-word repetition and a final brake-squealing “eeeeeee” near the end will encourage audience participation. The spreads stretch out the humor, and a gatefold scene after an ice-cream truck nearly bumps into a paint-can vehicle leads most characters to a happy ending.–Gay Lynn Van Vleck, Henrico County Library, Glen Allen, VAα(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
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