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All Sorts of Cars

all sorts of carsBlue cars, yellow cars, fancy cars, classic cars – even a bus! This book really has all sorts of cars, with beautiful colourful photos and drawings to go with it – ideal for car mad toddlers, and the simple repetitive text makes it great for young children just beginning on their journey of learning to read.

Compiled by Danielle Bruckert

 

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  • Danielle (site editor) writes:
    My son loves it, but I think it is missing a few pages.

    Emma Laybourn writes:
    I love the colourful photos in this book – great discussion points for car-mad toddlers and their parents.

    jennifer hudson writes:
    Love it

    Vanja writes:
    My boys love this book! Great pictures of different cars!

    Danielle (site editor) writes:
    Thanks so much for the comments! I agree it’s great for car mad toddlers. And yes, I agree it deserves a slightly extended version. All things in time.

     

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