Kid Culture features fun and educational books and toys for kids.
“Everything Goes: On Land,” by Brian Biggs
Henry and his dad are on an adventure by car. Follow them through the big city and keep your eyes open for a red car, a bird wearing a hat, the numbers one through 100, things that don’t belong and the inner workings of amazing vehicles. Henry sees everything from the inside of his purple car. Biggs’ first picture book as author and illustrator is a compelling adventure on each page. The illustrations are filled with details, bright colors and surprises that make the reader ooh and aah. There are cars, trucks, trains and bikes everywhere!
“Everything Goes: On Land” with keep you movin’ page by page. The first in a series of things that go is a lively oversized picture book that will capture the whole family’s imagination and attention.
“Cars Galore,” by Peter Stein
“Cars Galore” is a rhyming, fast-paced picture book filled with automobiles. Peter Stein takes us on a fun journey of silly, real and made-up cars. With each quick short word, a crazy car matches up to the action rhyme. The cars are creative and filled with a variety of drivers, from a music-playing cat to a hat-wearing lion. On each page, cars are going, moving, turning, whirling and bouncing all along the street. The beat of the verse creates its own momentum. Stein uses an imaginative approach with each character and car. By the end you will want to dream up your own curvy road. Use your imagination at home. What kind of car would you make?