Caution Road Signs Ahead

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caution road signs by toni buzzeo

Road signs - we take them pretty much for granted as we drive along any local street or highway.  It's like a secret code that we all know - a language we all speak.  So, how fun...how absolutely fun...to be maybe 2 or 3 or 4 years old ...and wanting to understand the world around you and make sense out of it..and then you get this fabulous key to all things road sign.

This highly educational and very entertaining board book is divided into sections:  Everyday Signs, Neighborhood Signs, Highway Signs, Caution Signs, Nature Signs....lots and lots of familiar and maybe even a few unfamiliar signs show up with the turn of a sturdy page.

Open up and the first sign is one everybody sees all the time.  It's the STOP sign and following that is the Buckle Up sign - every parent will be delighted to see this one get top billing.There's a Yield sign and a No Parking Sign.......

By the time you get to the end of the "story" you're going to know a whole lotta signs and just for fun the two page spread at the end shows all the signs you just learned - test yourself - can you remember them all?

What a great game to play with young un's in the car!

84 pages                      978-0593224328                 Ages 2-4

Keywords:  road signs, symbols, road trip, travel, safety, cars and trucks, 2 year old, 3 year old, 4 year old, board book, informational picture book

Recommended by:  Barb Langridge, abookandahug.com

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Empower backseat passengers to become informed backseat drivers with this road sign decoder featuring 35 shaped road signs!

From road signs around the neighborhood, like "School Crossing" and "Playground," to signs you zoom past on the highway, this hefty reference board book highlights and explains 35 road and highway signs for the youngest readers on the go. The shaped pages make each sign tactilely memorable, and the carefully crafted one-sentence explanations will easily guide young readers as they contextualize the world that zips past their backseat windows.---from the publisher

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