Good Morning, Digger by Anne Rockwell

Digger, Dump Truck, Cement Mixer, and their friends each do their part to build a community center.

ABCDrive! by Naomi Howland

A driving lesson becomes a wild ride through countryside and city streets, with an unexpected conclusion.

Zip, Whiz, Zoom! by Stephanie Calmenson

A family uses various modes of transportation to reach Grandma's house.

Taxi! Taxi! by Cari Best

Tina spends each Sunday with her father, a taxicab driver.

Cars at Play by Rick Walton

Rhymed text and illustrations show all the things that cars do when they play.

In the Driver's Seat by May Haynes

A driving lesson becomes a wild ride through countryside and city streets, with an unexpected conclusion.

My Car by Byron Barton

Sam describes in loving detail his car and how he drives it.

Cars: rushing! honking! zooming! by Patricia Hubbell

Illustrations and rhyming text celebrate different kinds of cars and what they can do.

This is the Van That Dad Cleaned by Lisa Campbell Ernst

In the style of a classic cumulative rhyme, the children undo all of Dad's hard work cleaning the family car.

Trucks Roll! by George Ella Lyon

Illustrations and simple, rhyming text reveal many different--and sometimes silly--items that trucks can haul.

Chuck's Truck by Peggy Perry Anderson

When too many barnyard friends climb in to go to town, Chuck's truck breaks down, but Handyman Hugh knows just what to do.

My Truck is Stuck by Kevin Lewis

When a dump truck "haulin' a great big load" gets stuck in the mud, progressively larger vehicles try to pull it out.

A Truck Goes Rattley-Bumpa by Jonathan London

Describes trucks of all sizes, shapes, and colors doing a variety of tasks.

A Train Goes Clickety-Clack by Jonathan London

Easy-to-read, rhyming text describes the sounds of, and uses for, different kinds of trains.

Good Night Train by June Sobol

A child's bedtime ritual follows the imaginary journey of a goodnight train's trip to the dreamland station.

Next Stop by Sarah Ellis

Patty and her younger sister have exciting adventures, from deep under the ocean to Mars, in a magical bus.

Maisy Drives the Bus by Lucy Cousins

Maisy the mouse picks up an assortment of passengers as she drives her bus.

I Love Planes! by Philemon Sturges

A child celebrates his love of planes by naming his favorite kinds and their notable characteristics.

I Fly by Anne F. Rockwell

A child describes his airplane trip to visit his cousins.

I'm Mighty by Kate McMullan

A little tugboat shows how he can bring big ships into the harbor even though he is small.

Alphabet Rescue by Audrey Wood

While on vacation in Alphabet City, Little e and the other lowercase letters repair an old fire truck and come to the rescue when a fire engulfs the letter-making factory.

At the Firehouse by Anne Rockwell

Jason, who loves fire engines, goes to the firehouse on Visitor's Day and learns all about being a firefighter.

The Lot at the End of My Block by Kevin Lewis

A cumulative story about the construction of a building, beginning with an empty lot at the end of the block and ending with a new house and neighbors.

Get to Work Trucks by Don Carter

Shows a typical day for a group of working trucks: a loader, a dump truck, a digger, a bulldozer, a cement mixer, a tow truck, a crane, and a roller.

My Fire Engine by Michael Rex

As he plays with his toy fire engine, a boy imagines himself fighting a real fire.

The Little Fire Engine by Lois Lenski

Fireman Small and his little fire engine answer a call, rescue a little girl, and save a house from burning down.

Peter's Trucks by Sallie Wolf

A boy sees many different types of trucks and learns what each one carries.

Trucks, Trucks, Trucks by Peter Sis

A little boy cleans up his room using a variety of trucks and gives a one word description of their work such as hauling, plowing, and loading.

Big Truck and Little Truck by Jan Carr

Big Truck and Little Truck work together on Farley's Farm, until the day that Big Truck is towed away for repairs and Little Truck must haul produce to the city all by himself.

Train Song by Harriet Ziefert

A young boy watches a freight train go by on its daily run.

I Love Trains! by Philemon Sturges

A boy expresses his love of trains, describing many kinds of train cars and their special jobs.

Clickety Clack by Robert Spence

A train gets noisier and more crowded as quacking ducks, dancing acrobats, talking yaks, and packs of elephants board.

Circus Train by Joseph A. Smith

After moving to a house in the country, Timothy wonders how he will make any friends, but his problem is solved when he finds an imaginative way to rescue a stranded circus train.

I'm Taking a Trip on My Train by Shirley Neitzel

In cumulative verses using rebuses, a young boy describes his experiences as engineer on the train in his room.

Chugga-chugga Choo-choo by Kevin Lewis

A rhyming story about a toy freight train's day, from loading freight in the morning to retiring to the roundhouse after the day's work is done.

It's Funny Where Ben's Train Takes Him by Robert Burleigh

Ben draws a train that takes him to all sorts of wonderful places before returning him to his own bed.

Country Crossing by Jim Aylesworth

Recreates the sights and sounds at a country crossing one summer night, as an old car patiently awaits the passing of a long and noisy freight train. Whooawoo!