Go Cars Go!
by Mandi Dow
Illustrated by Rob Peters
$7.95 USD / $9.95 CAN
Young children will love exclaiming Go Cars Go! when this delightful book is read aloud. Whether your little one is into cars or not, this sturdy board book is a fun, family-pleasing story. Author Mandi Dow's story is the typical experience of leaving home in the family car for school or work and ending the day back in the car returning home. Before arriving home, there are necessary errands to run, fun with family and friends, and a pizza dinner to go! Each fun stanza ends in the catchy refrain of "Go Cars Go!" that is sure to please young children who love to join in when someone reads to them.
Cars –- whether a sedan, minivan, SUV, or pickup truck –- are part of many families' daily experiences. Getting where they need to go is important. But what also is important is coming back home at the end of the day to our happy home and neighborhood. Go Cars Go! takes us through the day and back again with a special, fun and memorable trip. Go Cars Go! will get placed into the tote bag or backpack and help entertain young children during a car trip. It's also sure to be brought back home to be read at bedtime. Illustrations by Rob Peters are the perfect match for the story with the bright colors, eye-catching detail, and all-around happy look.
In Go Cars Go! young learners will come along for the ride where there is something for everyone!
About the Author
Years of experience of being a “boy mom” has taught Mandi Dow how to incorporate the fun of being together while running errands in the car! She has taught for many years in Early Childhood programs and has a background in Elementary Education. She enjoys sharing books with her young students during circle time and free play each day. Mandi's well-stocked bookshelf at home is proof-positive that she loves to read and regards reading to young children an integral part of learning. Mandi and her son Maddox live in Shawnee, Kansas.
Rob Peters has illustrated over 30 picture books of all shapes and sizes. When he's not at the drawing board, he's usually in the car, driving his children around their hometown of Topeka, Kansas.