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Librarian note: an alternate cover for this edition can be found here. When The Wheels on the Bus, by Caldecott Medalist Paul O. Zelinsky, broke onto the scene back in 1990, it created a sensation with its clever characters, sly subplots, luscious colors, and the incomparable flair of its moving parts. Almost a million young readers have enjoyed the wheels that go round, do Librarian note: an alternate cover for this edition can be found here. When The Wheels on the Bus, by Caldecott Medalist Paul O. Zelinsky, broke onto the scene back in 1990, it created a sensation with its clever characters, sly subplots, luscious colors, and the incomparable flair of its moving parts. Almost a million young readers have enjoyed the wheels that go round, doors that open and shut, and people who go bumpety-bump. Today it remains as fresh and engaging as when it was first published.


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Librarian note: an alternate cover for this edition can be found here. When The Wheels on the Bus, by Caldecott Medalist Paul O. Zelinsky, broke onto the scene back in 1990, it created a sensation with its clever characters, sly subplots, luscious colors, and the incomparable flair of its moving parts. Almost a million young readers have enjoyed the wheels that go round, do Librarian note: an alternate cover for this edition can be found here. When The Wheels on the Bus, by Caldecott Medalist Paul O. Zelinsky, broke onto the scene back in 1990, it created a sensation with its clever characters, sly subplots, luscious colors, and the incomparable flair of its moving parts. Almost a million young readers have enjoyed the wheels that go round, doors that open and shut, and people who go bumpety-bump. Today it remains as fresh and engaging as when it was first published.

30 review for The Wheels on the Bus

  1. 5 out of 5

    Shirley Revill

    A brilliant book for younger children. Recommended.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

    Two thumbs up from my book loving granddaughter (one of several). We loved reading this book. And of course we had to sing a little, too.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Carmine

    I first read this in the 1990s when it came out, but appreciate it on a whole new level now. We were given this pop-up book as a gift and in the last week it has become my 17 month old daughters OBSESSION. I read Wheels on the bus at least 30 times this weekend. We keep it up on a high shelf because it is a more delicate book and she will stand in front of the shelf and yell, "Bus! Bus! Bus!" While I may be tiring of singing the song, I still love Zelinsky's illustrations. This maybe my favorite I first read this in the 1990s when it came out, but appreciate it on a whole new level now. We were given this pop-up book as a gift and in the last week it has become my 17 month old daughters OBSESSION. I read Wheels on the bus at least 30 times this weekend. We keep it up on a high shelf because it is a more delicate book and she will stand in front of the shelf and yell, "Bus! Bus! Bus!" While I may be tiring of singing the song, I still love Zelinsky's illustrations. This maybe my favorite pop up book of all time because he doesn't try to wow you with any amazing pop-out paper architecture, the moving parts work in harmony with and compliment the illustrations. For example, the page where the babies on the bus cry 'wah! wah! wah!' there are only a few eye and mouth movements, but it creates the illusion of an animated panorama of wailing babies and distressed mothers in only a couple slight movements. Also, even the pull tabs for the moving parts are integrated in to the illustrations- one is a food, or when pulled it reveals additional text. The testament to the true strength of the illustrations is that the book stands up to marathon rereadings- 10 times, 20 times in a row and there is still something new to notice in the illustrations. endless subplots playing out only through the illustrations...the boy with the box of kittens, the musician with the guitar whose end destination is the city library, the orange scooter that tails the bus a while. Then the last page is a montage of smaller pop up scenes of the bus in the context of a map of the town we have just traveled through. Paul Zelinsky, you are a genius and deserve your Caldecott.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Colleen

    My littles and g'littles all LOVE this song! It's so fun to sing. This book is a great pull-out, pop-up version of the story and song with beautiful, engaging illustrations. It allows for interaction with the book, as the children sing their way through the story!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Suzy

    A wonderful pop-up edition of the classic children's song.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Megan Gallagher

    Title: The Wheels on the Bus Author: Paul O. Zelinsky Illustrator: Paul O. Zelinsky Genre: Toy or moveable book (repeated/patterned phrase) Theme(s): Movement, People, Society, Singing, Sounds, Family, Bus and its their parts Opening line/sentence: The wheels on the bus go round and round. Brief Book Summary: This exciting, interactive story brings the reader through a bus ride. Each page introduces a new part of the bus along with a movement/sound that the bus does. Professional Recommendation/Revi Title: The Wheels on the Bus Author: Paul O. Zelinsky Illustrator: Paul O. Zelinsky Genre: Toy or moveable book (repeated/patterned phrase) Theme(s): Movement, People, Society, Singing, Sounds, Family, Bus and its their parts Opening line/sentence: The wheels on the bus go round and round. Brief Book Summary: This exciting, interactive story brings the reader through a bus ride. Each page introduces a new part of the bus along with a movement/sound that the bus does. Professional Recommendation/Review #1 (cut & paste): Kirkus (Kirkus Reviews, 1990) Special kudos to paper-engineer Rodger Smith for his extraordinary (and sturdy!) animation of Zelinsky's lively, sophisticated yet accessible, delightfully detailed rendition of this preschool favorite--including a reprise that rivals a last burst of fireworks. Destined to be a classic. 1990, Dutton, $14.95. Starred Review. © 1990 Kirkus Reviews/VNU eMedia, Inc. All rights reserved. (PUBLISHER: Weston Woods Studios ([Norwalk CT]:), PUBLISHED: c2004.) Professional Recommendation/Review #2 (cut & paste): CCBC (Cooperative Children's Book Center Choices, 1990) The wheels on the bus go round and round...all over town." A delightfully inventive full-color picture book edition of a favorite contemporary action song contains durable pages with manipulative functions such as bus doors that open and close, windshield wipers which swish back and forth, abus driver who gestures "move on back" to his passengers, windows that go up and down, and riders who go bumpety-bump. Visual sub-plots in this sturdy, inviting book feature various passengers as well as a bus stop in front of thepublic library. A final double page spread cleverly recapitulates the bus trip and the verses. Theadult/child/infant passengers are from diverse racial backgrounds. CCBC categories: Picture Books. 1990, Dutton, 15 pages, $14.95. Ages 3-7. (PUBLISHER: Weston Woods Studios ([Norwalk CT]:), PUBLISHED: c2004.) Response to Two Professional Reviews: Both reviews discuss the illustrations, stating how they are lively, sophisticated, and colorful. They point out how sturdy the pages are, which is important for a children’s pop-up book to be, so it does not break/rip easily. It seems that both reviews were pleasantly happy with the story as well. Evaluation of Literary Elements: Perhaps the most important part of this book is the illustrations, they are bright and colorful and have added movement pieces. The plot itself is exciting and fun and provides a different type of story for young readers. The language used in this story is important because it provides a musical tone with sounds that the readers can make. Consideration of Instructional Application: This book is perfect for a preschool and kindergarten class. Musically students can sing along to the story as well as make motions that go along with the story. Children can also think of new things to sing about on the bus and create their own movement to go with it. This can be shared in a class discussion.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Autumn

    1. Awards received: This book has received the Parenting Magazine Reading Magic Award and the Redbook Award. 2. Appropriate grade level(s): This book is appropriate for preschool to grade 2. 3. Summary: This book is based on the traditional song of “The Wheels on the Bus”. It is adapted and illustrated into an interactive book for young readers. Each page of the book introduces a new part of the bus along with the movement/sound that the bus does/makes. There are moveable parts, flaps, and wheels 1. Awards received: This book has received the Parenting Magazine Reading Magic Award and the Redbook Award. 2. Appropriate grade level(s): This book is appropriate for preschool to grade 2. 3. Summary: This book is based on the traditional song of “The Wheels on the Bus”. It is adapted and illustrated into an interactive book for young readers. Each page of the book introduces a new part of the bus along with the movement/sound that the bus does/makes. There are moveable parts, flaps, and wheels that spin that correspond with a part of the song. For instance on the page where the “wipers on the bus go swish swish swish”, there is a tab that when pulled, the wipers are able to convey that motion. 4. I absolutely love this book. The brush illustrations and the colors used to paint them bring the song to life. The illustrations contain so much detail and have a storyline behind them. The song and adapted book took on another level of fun with the physically interactive parts of the book. Children will have fun learning about the different parts of a bus/automobile. 5. Uses in the classroom: -The students can draw a diagram based on the parts of the bus. -The students compare/contrast a bus to another automobile. -The kids can draw themselves to be placed into the bus (used as a helper chart, an attendance tracker, etc.).

  8. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Oquendo

    1. Awards: Parenting Magazine Reading Magic Award, ALA Notable Book, Redbook Award 2. Grade Level(s): Preschool - Kindergarten 3. Summary: The book “The Wheels on the Bus” by Paul O. Zelinsky is a colorful story, that illustrates the lyrics to the classic children’s song The Wheels on the Bus. The book is interactive and has many movable parts throughout. As the characters are on a bus ride, the story discusses different parts of the bus and the noise each part make, which children will enjoy sing 1. Awards: Parenting Magazine Reading Magic Award, ALA Notable Book, Redbook Award 2. Grade Level(s): Preschool - Kindergarten 3. Summary: The book “The Wheels on the Bus” by Paul O. Zelinsky is a colorful story, that illustrates the lyrics to the classic children’s song The Wheels on the Bus. The book is interactive and has many movable parts throughout. As the characters are on a bus ride, the story discusses different parts of the bus and the noise each part make, which children will enjoy singing along the noises. 4. Review: Overall, I think that this is a fun and interactive songbook because children can interact with the story by singing along and by playing with the movable parts. Also, the story can educate children about different forms of transportation if they are unfamiliar with using the bus or children will be able to relate to the song if they have ever rode the bus. Many children will easily be able to memorize the lyrics of the song and be capable of “reading” the book on their own, which will build their confidence in reading. 5. In-Class Uses: - Come up with body motions or dance that go along with each part of the song. - Have the children participate in an arts and crafts activity where they create their own bus with interactive/movable parts. - Have a lesson about different forms of transportation and discuss how many children ride the bus.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Renee Lynn

    1. Awards: A Book-of-the-Month Club selection, Bratislava Biennale selection, Parenting Magazine Reading Magic Award, ALA Notable Book, and a Redbook Award. 2. Grade Level: Preschool to first grade 3. Summary: This song book demonstrates numerous people getting on the bus holding different things such as a guitar, a bird, a box, and bags. Pull-outs reveal different parts of the story. The song is about the bus going through town and at the end you can see the whole town. 4. Review: The pull outs 1. Awards: A Book-of-the-Month Club selection, Bratislava Biennale selection, Parenting Magazine Reading Magic Award, ALA Notable Book, and a Redbook Award. 2. Grade Level: Preschool to first grade 3. Summary: This song book demonstrates numerous people getting on the bus holding different things such as a guitar, a bird, a box, and bags. Pull-outs reveal different parts of the story. The song is about the bus going through town and at the end you can see the whole town. 4. Review: The pull outs allow children to see the story in a hands-on way while singing along to the book. This will keep children entertained and want to keep rereading the book. The illustrations are vibrantly colorful as well. 5. Possible In-Class Use: This book fosters children’s fine motor skills by using the tabs which is a great purpose in itself. Children can create their own bus on a large piece of cardboard or paper. They could then make a portrait of themselves and the teacher can laminate it and then put the children on the bus (in the windows). This builds classroom community. The bus could even be used as a job helper chart (since people in town have different jobs) or an attendance chart. This could also be an introduction to learning about their local community.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Francesca

    The Wheels on the Bus by Paul Zelinsky 1. Awards: Parenting Magazine Reading Magic Award, ALA Notable Book, Redbook Award. 2. Grade Level: Pre K - 1 3. Summary: A classic song about a bus ride. This adaption has great illustrations with hidden gems all throughout. 4. Review: This book also featured movable parts and pop-ups which I really like for young students. As most of the lyrics are about movement it makes sense to show the movement in action. 5. In Class Uses: 1. Have students come up with th The Wheels on the Bus by Paul Zelinsky 1. Awards: Parenting Magazine Reading Magic Award, ALA Notable Book, Redbook Award. 2. Grade Level: Pre K - 1 3. Summary: A classic song about a bus ride. This adaption has great illustrations with hidden gems all throughout. 4. Review: This book also featured movable parts and pop-ups which I really like for young students. As most of the lyrics are about movement it makes sense to show the movement in action. 5. In Class Uses: 1. Have students come up with their own line to the song about other characters that could be on the bus. _____ on the bus goes __ ___ __. Ex: Cats on the bus go meow meow meow 2. Have a sing-along and let students act out the movements. Could set up chairs to simulate the rows of bus seats. 3. Here are two more activities for young children to practice sequencing and fine motor skills. https://skidz.co.za/activities/the-wh...

  11. 5 out of 5

    Annissa

    Copyright: 1990 Number of Pages: unnumbered Book Format: hardcover Reading Level: PreK-K 1-2, GR Level J Genre: Fiction Lit Requirement: engineered book Summary: The Wheels on the Bus goes along with the commonly known song. It goes through each part fo the song like the wheels on the bus go round and round. On that page, the wheels spin. Each page has a different kind of pull tab or other ways the page moves. The last page of the book shows all of the different verses through the entire book. Review: Th Copyright: 1990 Number of Pages: unnumbered Book Format: hardcover Reading Level: PreK-K 1-2, GR Level J Genre: Fiction Lit Requirement: engineered book Summary: The Wheels on the Bus goes along with the commonly known song. It goes through each part fo the song like the wheels on the bus go round and round. On that page, the wheels spin. Each page has a different kind of pull tab or other ways the page moves. The last page of the book shows all of the different verses through the entire book. Review: This book was amazing. I love how detailed the pictures are and the movements amazed me. I can only imagine how much a child would love to read, or sing along, to this book while seeing moving pictures as well. I recommend this book as I believe it will capture childrens attention and teach them about a bus and bus riders.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Gabriella Balbo

    A. N/A B. PreK- 1st Grade C. The Wheels on the Bus is a fun and catchy tune that has all the children singing about their transportation to school. D. This song is great for educating young children about their ride to school by creating a positive picture regarding bus rides which can potentially be an overwhelming experience for some children. It does a great job using repetition, helping children with their memorization skills. E. Transportation- This song helps educate young children on the di A. N/A B. PreK- 1st Grade C. The Wheels on the Bus is a fun and catchy tune that has all the children singing about their transportation to school. D. This song is great for educating young children about their ride to school by creating a positive picture regarding bus rides which can potentially be an overwhelming experience for some children. It does a great job using repetition, helping children with their memorization skills. E. Transportation- This song helps educate young children on the different transportation methods that can be used. A lesson on cars, planes, and trains can be created to help them better understand what each of them look like through visuals like play models. Vocabulary- Engaging the students by playing the song and having them sing along which helps with vocabulary and strengthens their listening abilities.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Taylor Ball

    Appropriate Grade Level: PreKindergarten-Kindergarten Summary: There is a lot of commotion on the bus! Through the use of a song, "The Wheels on the Bus" goes through all of the sounds and actions that children may see on a bus. Paul O. Zelinsky provides interactive tabs throughout his songbook to enhance the visual component for the readers. Review: I love this version of the wheels on the bus! Paul O. Zelinsky does an amazing job with making the book interactive! These components of the book ma Appropriate Grade Level: PreKindergarten-Kindergarten Summary: There is a lot of commotion on the bus! Through the use of a song, "The Wheels on the Bus" goes through all of the sounds and actions that children may see on a bus. Paul O. Zelinsky provides interactive tabs throughout his songbook to enhance the visual component for the readers. Review: I love this version of the wheels on the bus! Paul O. Zelinsky does an amazing job with making the book interactive! These components of the book make singing the song and following along in the book an easy task for young children! In Class Uses: This book could be used as a way to regroup the children and regain their focus. The singing of the song through the use of this book will allow the children to dismiss of some of the energy.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Kotkin

    Text: 3 stars Art & Design: 5 stars An interactive pull-tab / lift-the-flap picture book. The text is taken from the old children's song "The Wheels on the Bus," so it's nothing new. But it's the design of this book that makes it special. Little hands can push and pull, open and close, and watch those effects come to life before their eyes. The book is very delicate though. My library's copy is kept behind the desk and doesn't circulate, yet the pages are damaged. I imagine that personal copies ar Text: 3 stars Art & Design: 5 stars An interactive pull-tab / lift-the-flap picture book. The text is taken from the old children's song "The Wheels on the Bus," so it's nothing new. But it's the design of this book that makes it special. Little hands can push and pull, open and close, and watch those effects come to life before their eyes. The book is very delicate though. My library's copy is kept behind the desk and doesn't circulate, yet the pages are damaged. I imagine that personal copies are beaten up even more quickly at home. Someone needs to invent a paper-like substance that is strong enough to withstand children's enthusiastic handling.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay

    1. None 2. PreK-K 3. This book is a version of the classic song "The Wheels on the Bus," that features pop-up flaps and components. 4. I loved this book, ever since I was a child, because the song is a familiar one but the interactive nature of this particular copy was entertaining to read/play with. The illustrations are amazing and the tabs and flaps create a fun hands-on experience with reading. 5. This book would be better suited for either small groups or individual use. The tabs/flaps/pop-up p 1. None 2. PreK-K 3. This book is a version of the classic song "The Wheels on the Bus," that features pop-up flaps and components. 4. I loved this book, ever since I was a child, because the song is a familiar one but the interactive nature of this particular copy was entertaining to read/play with. The illustrations are amazing and the tabs and flaps create a fun hands-on experience with reading. 5. This book would be better suited for either small groups or individual use. The tabs/flaps/pop-up pieces allow for young children to practice using/developing fine motor skills and the lyrics are repetitive and easily memorized.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Scott Jordan

    Title: The Wheels on the Bus Author: Paul O. Zelinsky Awards: Red Book Award Summary: The classic Wheels on the Bus song brought to life as a pop-up book. It is a beautifully illustrated classic that will captivate young readers. Review/Application: This is an exceptional children's songbook that is readily available for use with Kindergarten classes. It would be an excellent introduction to the concept of Sequencing Events. Young students can be brought through the visual tool of "What comes next" Title: The Wheels on the Bus Author: Paul O. Zelinsky Awards: Red Book Award Summary: The classic Wheels on the Bus song brought to life as a pop-up book. It is a beautifully illustrated classic that will captivate young readers. Review/Application: This is an exceptional children's songbook that is readily available for use with Kindergarten classes. It would be an excellent introduction to the concept of Sequencing Events. Young students can be brought through the visual tool of "What comes next" and begin to incorporate these early concepts into their own beginners toolbox for literary concepts to come.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Brianna Knight

    The book is for Pre-K through Kindergarten. The book covers the song The Wheels On The Bus. The book is a pop up book which truly holds children's attention and is fun to touch. I'd use the book to sing the song but also to cover how you should interact with your books. How you would hold a book, how to gently turn pages as well as play with the pop ups.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Haylieboyer

    As all young children learn or listen to this book it may be helpful for older children. Once children are done with prek they begin to ride the big bus all by themselves. hey may be very nervous going to a new school and being on a bus with know one you know. This familiar book/song may help some fears.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Andino

    Grade level(s): PreK-2 Summary: Enjoy this classic book that millions of readers have enjoyed! The wheels that go round, doors that open and shut, people who go up and down! Review: This is such a classic. The illustrations are fun, vibrant, and enjoyable. Uses: Music time in the classroom.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

    Loved the version with pull tabs or windows on each page that reveal the action of each verse. I sang it to my Grands. It wasn't possible for me to just read it. The music is on the back cover.

  21. 4 out of 5

    kim

    cute version with movable parts, but it's a little hard to read the text and the parts aren't easy for a toddler to manipulate themselves

  22. 5 out of 5

    Johanna Cormier

    We had this book in the preschool creche I managed and I loved it so much I later bought a copy for my own. Wonderful pop-up.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Victoria Espineda-Barton

    Haydn surely loves this book especially when I sing it to him

  24. 5 out of 5

    Shirley

    One of my Grandson J's favorites to sing along with Nana!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Cecile

    Illustrations are too scary for the target age group.

  26. 5 out of 5

    M Wong

    Love the interactive features and details of yesteryear.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Homegrown Reader

    When I say that we read The Wheels on the Bus everyday, I am not exaggerating. EVERY SINGLE DAY. The binding has begun wearing out and has had to be reinforced because when we read it, it’s usually more than once. I thank the stars above though, that we have the Paul O. Zelinksy version because that is how I’ve kept my sanity.I would challenge anyone to find a better version of The Wheels on the Bus. There aren’t just flaps to lift on each page, oh no. There are wheels to turn, doors to open, ri When I say that we read The Wheels on the Bus everyday, I am not exaggerating. EVERY SINGLE DAY. The binding has begun wearing out and has had to be reinforced because when we read it, it’s usually more than once. I thank the stars above though, that we have the Paul O. Zelinksy version because that is how I’ve kept my sanity.I would challenge anyone to find a better version of The Wheels on the Bus. There aren’t just flaps to lift on each page, oh no. There are wheels to turn, doors to open, riders to jostle, wipers to swish, buses to avoid as they drive off the page and into your heart. Ok, that last bit was a bit cheesy but you get the picture. Not only does this book redefine the “flap-book”genre but it introduces a separate subplot for almost each supporting character. So, if you happen to be reading the book for the 116th time (not that anyone’s counting) you can narrate your own story and maintain your healthy mental state. The surprising thing is, that most people I talk to, who have this book, usually haven’t noticed some of these delightful little tidbits on each page. We had The Wheels on the Bus when my sisters were young but I still noticed some new things when we got it as a present for Bug. It’s a bit pricey but I’d have to argue that it’s well worth it. Story Tips: Here are a few characters and “Easter eggs” to check out: - Motorcycle lady and her dog - Little boy carrying the box. Watch the contents carefully! - Man with the guitar. He’s usually on each page more than once. Can you figure out how? - Moms with babies. - Grocery lady - There’s a bull terrier that doesn’t need to take the bus; he teleports! Find him twice in his actual form on the first and second to last page and as a statue in front of the library. - There’s some bears driving vehicles on the last page. I have no idea why but I like how one even has a dog in the front seat of his van.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

    1. There was no award for this book. 2. The appropriate grade level for this book is preschool to second grade. 3. This engaging book has a bus going around town just like the song, "Wheels on the Bus." It has many tabs for the child to pull and flaps to lift. This book also gives a child an idea of possible sounds he or she can hear on the bus. 4. This book would be very addicting to young children because of all the hand movements the child needs to pull the tabs and making the wheels go round an 1. There was no award for this book. 2. The appropriate grade level for this book is preschool to second grade. 3. This engaging book has a bus going around town just like the song, "Wheels on the Bus." It has many tabs for the child to pull and flaps to lift. This book also gives a child an idea of possible sounds he or she can hear on the bus. 4. This book would be very addicting to young children because of all the hand movements the child needs to pull the tabs and making the wheels go round and round. Indeed, all the moving-parts of the book express the action words on each page and they relate to what the words are saying. 5. a) An in-class use would be to introduce and do a lesson about verbs/ action words. This would be a great resource because the moving-parts of the book are exactly what the verbs on each page are talking about. b) Another use can be a sing along for storytime because the movable flaps will keep the students entertained. Also, teaching the students the hand-motions of the song will keep them participating during class. c) This can also be a great template for a class book. Instead of a bus, it can be sounds in the class or in the school. Each student can write what he or she hears throughout the day.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Janna

    This is an interactive book filled with tabs to pull and flaps to lift for children to see movement in the pictures. The wheels turn round and round, the door opens and shuts, the windows go up and down, the wipers go swish back and forth, the babies look like they are crying, and so forth. The story comes alive when the pictures can move to show the action on each page. The shapes are generally drawn with rounded lines and not perfectly straight edges. This adds to the feeling of chaos on the b This is an interactive book filled with tabs to pull and flaps to lift for children to see movement in the pictures. The wheels turn round and round, the door opens and shuts, the windows go up and down, the wipers go swish back and forth, the babies look like they are crying, and so forth. The story comes alive when the pictures can move to show the action on each page. The shapes are generally drawn with rounded lines and not perfectly straight edges. This adds to the feeling of chaos on the bus. This book does not have a normal title page and copyright page. It uses the first end page and disguises the title information by putting it on a street sign in the picture and the copyright information I couldn’t even find for a long time because it blends in with the patch of grass on the bottom. Another feature of this book is a song that is included on the back cover.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Maggie Sideris

    Title: The Wheels on the Bus Grade Level: Preschool-first grade Summary: This book is about the song 1CThe Wheels on the Bus 1D. It is an interactive book with moving parts that goes through all the sounds that you may hear when riding the bus. Review: This is a great book for really young children because it has moving parts that interpret what the words are saying. I like how at the end of the book it has the actual song with the notes, so if a child knows how to play an instrument, they can the Title: The Wheels on the Bus Grade Level: Preschool-first grade Summary: This book is about the song 1CThe Wheels on the Bus 1D. It is an interactive book with moving parts that goes through all the sounds that you may hear when riding the bus. Review: This is a great book for really young children because it has moving parts that interpret what the words are saying. I like how at the end of the book it has the actual song with the notes, so if a child knows how to play an instrument, they can then play it. It has great illustrations with some metallic colors that really draw the reader 19s eye. In Class Uses: 1. You can use this book to teach children about being aware of their surroundings and the sounds of the world. 2. You can read this book and then teach children how to read music, if you are a music teacher.

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