The narrator of the book is an amiable dog called Bouncy Bernard. He presents the contents, which are colourful and striking representations of well-known urban vehicles. There is a fire engine, a police car, an ambulance, a car, a scooter, a tractor and a train.
The contents are accompanied by poems which describe each object clearly and comprehensibly to the youngest readers. The way the whole subject has been presented makes it easy for them to learn and remember. The book has been written with the youngest readers in mind.
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Sentences don't rhyme, but attempt to!
There are also a couple spelling errors!
I just finished it this morning. it is so good .
Terrible rhyming, not funny, not informative, and barely made sense.