Project Description

Red Truck Yellow Truck

Coming Fall 2021

Red Truck, Yellow Truck

by Michelle Robinson
illustrated by Jez Tuya

Red truck, yellow truck, and a colorful cast of vehicles push and pull, heave and tow throughout their hard-working day. An action-and visual-packed read-aloud!

Red truck, yellow truck and their dog drivers are on their way to the construction site. But as they drive through the busy city, a snowy forest, and a cow-filled farm, they get sidetracked by a slow garbage truck, a snow-drift, and a speeding tractor. Will they get their jobs done before they have to turn in for the night?

Tractors, diggers, mixers, bulldozers, and more star in this colorful salute to vehicles that roll, lift, climb, squash, and keep going when the going gets tough. Author Michelle Robinson’s rhythmic, action-packed text builds excitement with every page turn, while Jez Tuya’s colorful trucks, townscapes, and adorable dogs on-the-go beg for an attentive pause. End papers bursting with different kinds of vehicles will delight readers looking for even more truck fun. Ideal for storytimes and fans of Richard Scarry’s Busytown.

Format: Hardcover
Price: $16.99
ISBN: 978-1-68263-3021
Publication Date: 8/1/2021
Page Count: 32
Size: 10 1/4″ x 6 7/8″
Age Range: 3 – 7
Language: English
Lexile: AD270L
Themes: Trucks, Bedtime, Jobs, Functions
BISAC 1: JUV041030 JUVENILE FICTION / Transportation / Cars & Truck
BISAC 2: JUV006000 JUVENILE FICTION / Business, Careers, Occupations
BISAC 3: JUV010000 JUVENILE FICTION / Bedtime & Dreams

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Meet the Author

Michelle Robinson

Michelle Robinson wrote copy and devised websites for some of the world’s biggest brands and s the author of several successful picture books including the Sainsbury’s Award-winning There’s a Lion in my Cornflakes, illustrated by Jim Field, and Grandmas From Mars, illustrated by Fred Blunt. She lives in Frome, Somerset, with her husband and their two children.

Meet the Illustrator

Jez Tuya

Jez Tuya is an illustrator based in Wellington City, New Zealand’s windy capital. He’s been honing his craft and working as an illustrator for many years, and over this time he’s worked for many clients in children’s book publishing, while occasionally dabbling in design work for animation.