Road Trip

Road Trip With bouncy vignettes and merry illustrations this picture book about a car trip to a family reunion captures all the usual and unusual details that make car trips so much fun Full color

  • Title: Road Trip
  • Author: Roger Eschbacher Thor Wickstrom
  • ISBN: 9780803729278
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Hardcover
  • With bouncy vignettes and merry illustrations, this picture book about a car trip to a family reunion captures all the usual and unusual details that make car trips so much fun Full color.

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    1. A great poetry book. I loved how it was a story about a family going on a family vacation. This book could be a great book for students of 3rd and 4th grade to read while learning about poetry. I loved how the poetry wasn't over done, there was a good amount of rhyming words but not all of the poems were consumed with rhyming (which is a great way to introduce to students that not all poems rhyme). I also really admired the illustrations in this book because they would give the reader a lot to l [...]

    2. I would give this a 3.5. Covers everything you encounter on a road trip - from bugs squishing the windshield, to songs you sing, farms you pass, dealing with boredom, and odd attractions - in rhyme.

    3. I like this book. The main concept of it all is about family & how special it can be when you all get together.

    4. A fine children's book about an old-fashioned summer car trip. A delight to both beginning readers and adults with colorful and entertaining illustrations.

    5. Road Trip is such a fun poetry book. It would be fun to read to your class or to your our children before a vacation. It's about a family that is taking a road trip to their family reunion and if you ask me it is way to familiar to any old trip I have took with my family. I may not have it in my classroom but I hope where ever I am teaching once I complete school that there is access to it.

    6. It's made up of poems. Poems all related to road trips. I think these could be quite relatable to children and maybe you could even use this as an assignment for students that are missing school for trips: have them write poetry about so many things that they went through on the trip.

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