This Truck by Paul Collicutt
This book illustrates different types of trucks and the work they do.
This Little Dump Truck by Margery Cuyler
A happy little dump truck, driven by Hard Hat Pete, hauls stones, rocks, and debris from a construction site.
Dinotrux by Chris Gall
Millions of years ago, the prehistoric ancestors of today’s trucks roamed the Earth until they rusted out and became extinct.
The Three Little Rigs by David Gordon
In this version of the “Three Little Pigs,” three little rigs look for help when the big, bad wrecking ball comes to destroy their garages. Also be sure to check out David Gordon’s truck version of “Hansel and Gretel” called Hansel and Diesel.
Truck Talk by Bobbi Katz
This collection of poems describes what different types of trucks would say if they could talk.
My Truck is Stuck! by Kevin Lewis
When a dump truck gets stuck in the mud, progressively larger vehicles try to pull it out.
I’m a Truck Driver by Jonathan London
Simple rhyming text introduces sounds and activities of a wide variety of trucks.
Terrific Trains by Tony Mitton
Animals introduce a variety of trains as they leave a station, rush along the tracks, and arrive at the platform for waiting travelers.
My Freight Train by Michael Rex
A little boy imagines he is driving his own freight train, describing the different cars, what each carries, and how they are connected.
All Aboard to Work — Choo-Choo! by Carol Roth
Animal mothers and fathers with various professions take the train to work.
Smash! Crash! by Jon Scieszka
Best friends Jack Truck and Dump Truck Dan love to smash things, but sometimes their antics get them into trouble.
The Goodnight Train by June Sobel
A child’s bedtime ritual follows the imaginary journey of a goodnight train’s trip to the dreamland station.