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by Donald Crews
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    Donald Crews
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    Scholastic (1990)
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    32 pages
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Donald Crews is the renowned creator of many celebrated children's books, including the Caldecott Honor Books Freight Train and Truck. He and his wife, Ann Jonas, live in New York's Hudson River Valley.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. What is large (or small), bright yellow, and filled with students? School Bus! Climb aboard and let Donald Crews take you to school - and home again. Donald Crews es el renombrado autor de dos libros merecedores del premio Caldecott, Tren de carga (Freight Train) y School Bus. Vive con su esposa, Ann Jonas, cerca del Río Hudson, en Nueva York.

Climb aboard and let Donald Crews take you to school - and home again. Truck is written and illustrated by the celebrated creator of Freight Train, Bigmama's, School Bus, and many other classic and award-winning picture books for young children. Truck was named a Caldecott Honor Book by the American Library Association and w. Bigmama's.

A bright yellow school bus is evocative of exuberant kids, gleefully launched spitwads, kind bus drivers, and of course school itself. Climb aboard and let Donald Crews take you to school - and home again.

Donald Crews (born August 30, 1938) is an American illustrator and writer of children's picture books. In 2015, the American Library Association (ALA) honored him with the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal, recognizing his lasting contribution to children's literature. Common subjects of his include modern technology (especially travel vehicles), and childhood memories. His stories often include few humans.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for School Bus by Donald Crews (Hardback, 1984) at the best online prices at. .Author: Donald Crews. School Bus. Format: Hardback. Publication Date: Aug 20, 1984. Publishers: Greenwillow Books.

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Going this way. Going that way. Yellow school buses cross the town.

My son found this book at the local library and really liked it so I decided to buy it. What a disappointment. The edition we checked-out was 1984, good size, with very crisp illustrations. This 2002 edition is third of the original size and seems very much dumbed down--the illustrations are small and cartoonish, while in the 1984 edition there was sharpness and simplicity of lines that looked really stylish. I am so disappointed but clearly I am not going to bother with the return this for the sake of $6. What a strange decision on the part of the publishers to spoil this originally beautiful book.
My 22 month old is going thru a bus phase at the moment, and this book keeps him satisfied till the real bus drops off his sister- the highlight of his day. 17 pages, very short sentences (longest is "Empty yellow buses cross the town" and most are 1-3 words long). Each page has at least one bus in the picture. A quick read, but great for fan of school buses, might be way boring otherwise.
Great for my special needs 3 year old. Prepared her for riding the bus to her developmental preschool. Simple words with pictures. Not a story, just words, good for her speech development.
I agree with another contrary review that I noticed when I came to write this: there is no plot. It is tough to get plot in a book suitable for 4-8 year olds, I know, but I have seen such better efforts than this.

But here's the main reason I came to review this book... To warn everyone that the font that was selected is horrendous. It hurts my eyes to look at it. I am being serious and literal when I say it caused my eyes pain. I am not a font guy, so I can't tell you what kerning mistakes were made, I can just tell you that this font is designed to injure you. I would've felt more comfortable reading this book in comic sans.
Quite literally the worst children's book ever. You cannot even describe this as a "story" but rather a few random words that have been thrown upon each page. Even my 2-yo hates it. Don't waste your money.
My two-year-old is OBSESSED with buses and the visuals here are great! But there are no rhymes and the actual words on each page aren't that great. No story, kind of boring.
My daughter is all of the sudden all about school buses. This book is great. Story about getting on the bus, going to school, buses wait, schools done, ride the bus home. Simple, colorful and informative. Perfect for a 2 year old little girl who is in love with buses.
This instantly became my 18 mo son's favorite book. We read this about 10 times a day. Highly recommended for kids who loves buses.