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I Stink!

CRITICS HAVE SAID

  • The simple, but distinctive voice of the narrating vehicle makes this a fun and funny read-aloud, especially for young truck enthusiasts.
    –School Library Journal
  • Mostly this is just a loud, gleeful portrait of a big machine at work, illustrated with pictures that are just the right blend of heavy paint, dark colors, and whimsical humor to show the gritty, urban landscape and the swaggering, macho truck.
    –Booklist

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  • Child, Lauren. That Pesky Rat. Candlewick, 2002.
  • Gramatky, Hardie. Hercules. Putnam, 1940.
  • Kirk, Daniel. Go! Hyperion, 2001.
  • Lyon, David. The Biggest Truck. Lothrop, 1988.
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  • McMullan, Kate. I’m Mighty! HarperCollins, 2003.
  • Robbins, Ken. Bridges. Dial, 1991.
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  • Sobel, June. B Is for Bulldozer: A Construction ABC. Harcourt, 2003.
  • Zelinsky, Paul. The Wheels on the Bus. Dutton, 1990.