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The Kids on the Bus

A Spin-the-Wheel Book of Emotions
By Kirsten Hall ; Illustrated by Melissa Crowton
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An interactive board book that lends a new twist to Wheels on the Bus!The feelings on the bus go 'round and 'round All 'round the town.Take a turn on this busy city bus to discover what everyone is feeling. Spin the whe...
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“An interactive book on emotions based on the popular children’s song ‘The Wheels on the Bus.’ [A] small round die-cut hole. . . focuses images on a wheel that children can spin to match the actions with an emotion that’s portrayed emoticon-style, with the word underneath. . .”
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An interactive board book that lends a new twist to Wheels on the Bus!

The feelings on the bus go 'round and 'round All 'round the town.

Take a turn on this busy city bus to discover what everyone is feeling. Spin the wheel to match the feeling to the scene then sing along with the familiar song in this creative introduction to emotions. A fun updated take on the classic children's song this novelty board book shaped like a stylishly modern bus will have kids acting and singing along—and reflecting on their own varied emotions.

• A cute and clever intro to emotions for babies and toddlers
• Classic sing-a-long for parents and children
• Unique shape and interactive features help engage young readers

A classic read-aloud sing-along book for young fans of such books as My Fun School Bus Tonka: Fire Trucks! and The Little School Bus.

This charming sing-able read-able board book helps children identify emotions a key early childhood developmental milestone.

Format: Novelty Book
Pages: 16
Size: 8 1/2 x 7
Age Range: 2 - 4 Years
Publication Date: 03/17/2020
ISBN: 9781452168258

Kirsten Hall is an author and literary agent. She lives in New York City.

Melissa Crowton is an illustrator. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

“An interactive book on emotions based on the popular children’s song ‘The Wheels on the Bus.’ [A] small round die-cut hole. . . focuses images on a wheel that children can spin to match the actions with an emotion that’s portrayed emoticon-style, with the word underneath. . .”
Kirkus Reviews