Friday, November 4, 2011

Book Review: Everything Goes on Land By Brian Biggs

By: Brian Biggs
Published by: Balzer & Bray
Released on: September 13th, 2011
Source: book from publisher to review
Ages: preschool- 1st grade
4 stars- My Kids Loved It
Purchase from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

Cars and trucks and bikes and trains!

Rvs and construction vehicles too!

Everything goes

Ride along with Henry and his dad as they visit the big city and check out all the amazing vehicles around them.

Full of mini-story lines, endless seek-and-find activities, and hundreds of funny details, Everything Goes: On Land is an interactive book that provides hours of fun! -quoted from Goodreads

A fun, read that teaches kids all about different means of transportation. Each of the busy, brightly colored pages shows a variety of ways we can get around the city, from the subway, to trains, taxis, motorcycles, cars, trucks etc. One of the engaging things about this story are the captions found on each page by each different car, truck, motorcycle etc. This made if fun for the kids to find the different vehicles and learn what they do.

This is a great book to pick up. You can even have your child count the different vehicles found on each page, point out colors, and look for silly things pictured on each page. I highly recommend picking it up!


  1. I'm in the middle of a book search to help support the Pre-K transportation unit, this would be a great one. This is why I always pop over here for book ideas.

  2. Jennifer- email me and I'll send it to you :)


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