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For Children
Author: Anne Rockwell
ISBN: 0140547827
Subcategory: Animals
Pages 24 pages
Publisher Puffin Books; Reprint edition (April 1, 1993)
Language English
Category: For Children
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 234
ePUB size: 1102 kb
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eBook Planes (Picture Puffins) download

by Anne Rockwell


In the same vein as Rockwell's earlier books-Boats, Cars, and Trucks-this new title presents various types of planes to the very young child.

Only 13 left in stock (more on the way). In the same vein as Rockwell's earlier books-Boats, Cars, and Trucks-this new title presents various types of planes to the very young child. The artist uses clear, bright colors to depict the planes that, in this case, fly in a world inhabited entirely by rabbits-a very useful introduction to aviation.

Anne Rockwell is the author of more than one hundred children's books, including her highly acclaimed transportation . See and discover other items: classic picture books, puffin books, school transportation, underwater cities, puffin picture books, Best boats for kids

Anne Rockwell is the author of more than one hundred children's books, including her highly acclaimed transportation series. She lives in Connecticut. Age Range: 2 - 5 years. Series: Picture Puffins. See and discover other items: classic picture books, puffin books, school transportation, underwater cities, puffin picture books, Best boats for kids.

Anne Rockwell is the author of more than one hundred children's books, including her highly acclaimed transportation series.

In the same vein as Rockwell's earlier books-Boats, Cars, and Trucks-this new title presents various types of planes to the very young child. In the same vein as Rockwell's earlier books Boats, Cars, and Trucks this new title presents various types of planes to the very young child. The artist uses clear, bright colors to depict the planes that, in this case, fly in a world inhabited entirely by rabbits a very useful introduction to aviation

Publisher: Puffin Books. Age Range: 4-8 years. Book theme: Aviation. Author: Anne Rockwell. In the same vein as Rockwell's earlier books-Boats, Cars, and Trucks-this new title presents various types of planes to the very young child

Publisher: Puffin Books. Street Date: April 1, 1993. Simple text and illustrations introduce different types of airplanes in a world where rabbits soar, swoop, and pilot a range of skyworthy aircrafts.

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In painting, photography, graphical perspective and descriptive geometry, a picture plane is an image plane located between the "eye point" (or oculus) and the object being viewed and is usually coextensive to the material surface of the w. .

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"In the same vein as Rockwell's earlier books—Boats, Cars, and Trucks—this new title presents various types of planes to the very young child.  The artist uses clear, bright colors to depict the planes that, in this case, fly in a world inhabited entirely by rabbits—a very useful introduction to aviation."—The Horn BookSimple text and illustrations introduce different types of airplanes in a world where rabbits soar, swoop, and pilot a range of skyworthy aircrafts.
Sennnel
our toddler is 3 and a half and since he was 2 and a half we have been reading this to him multiple times a week. He loves everything to do with planes and the bunnies in this make it a cute way to show off all the different types of planes. He loves it...and we love reading it to him.
Runemane
Great picture books for young boys who like big things that move and make sounds.
Elildelm
I have a two year old who is into planes. She likes this book.
Grarana
This book has nice large pictures. Perfect for little ones.
Xisyaco
We took my son on the plane for the first time when he was eighteen months old. We used this book to introduce the concept of flying in a plane and he loved it! It was also a great book to read while we were in the airport and on the plane. A great book for the under three crowd.
Ximinon
My grandson loves the book. At least once a day he brings me the book and I have to read it to him.
Redfury
This picture book is about airplanes, and the illustrations are fairly accurate. However, they are juxtoposed with images of a world populated by bunnies, which are illustrated in a cartoonish manner. My 3 1/2 year old son found this at the library and asked to check it out. We have read it several times as a bedtime story and he has thumbed through it on his own, but does not seem to be as excited about it as his other books on planes. This is probably partly because the book is intended for toddlers. The text is very brief and jumpy, and doesn't have the depth of detail that a plane-loving preschooler craves. Also, the images of bunnies piloting, riding, and looking at airplanes are a bit jarring, even for him.

I suspect that there are some kids, particularly toddlers, and girls, who will really like this book. I credit the illustrator with getting most of the planes right (no exaggerated proportions as with other cartoons), so it would be a good companion to a child's first plane ride. The bunnies remind me slighly of Miffy. If you want to get a bunny loving toddler interested in something new, this book may be the way to go.