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This self-styled little book actually manages to include photos and information on a huge number of tractors, enough to satisfy the most ardent tractor fan. Starting with the steam engines that replaced horses by the 1850s, it features traction engines, two and four wheeled tractors, combine harvesters and crop pickers. It explains the different tasks tractors are used for at home and in other parts of the world with clear photographs and short, informative lines of text. Concluding with a glossary and index it’s a useful and practical first information book and one that will please its intended audience very much. ~ Andrea Reece
What is a tractor? How fast can a tractor go? Which tractors work on a building site? My Little Book of Tractors answers all these questions and more. Simple, easy-to-understand text combines with stunning photography to provide an excellent introduction to big trucks.
Perfect for reluctant readers, this book will hold the interest of young children and encourage them to find out more about these amazing vehicles.
|Publication date:||24th June 2016|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 1|
Rod Green has worked as an editor and author for more than 35 years. He began working on children's magazines and has since written a wide variety of books for children, covering a whole range of subjects from pirates and giant vehicles to unicorns and Santa Claus. Rod lives in Surrey.More About Rod Green