This book will very quickly help you identify the transport-loving fans in your audience. Expect them next to your knee by about the second page.
There is something incredibly satisfying about reading Emergency aloud. Each page follows a similar pattern, there is some sort of disaster requiring an emergency vehicle, and in each instance, help is at hand.
“Tree on the track – emergency!
But breakdown train can clear the way.
Huge crane hooking, lifting, shifting;
Help is coming – it’s on the way!”
From cranes, to lifeboats, police motorbikes to snow ploughs, they’re all here. One of my favourites for a young preschool audience.
Check out Emergency at Auckland Libraries.
Or buy Emergency from Fishpond.