My Truck Is Stuck. Rotten luck. Can't go! My truck is stuck. Tug and tow. Two engines roar. But the truck won't go. Not one inch more. Does anyone know how to make my stuck truck go? In this lyrical read-aloud, young drivers are introduced to the ins and outs of hauling, beeping, and repairing -- get ready for a fun ride!
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- Author : Kevin Lewis (Children's author)
- Publisher : Pearson Scott Foresman
- Release Date : 2006-01
- Genre : Education
- Pages : 32
- ISBN : 0328170003
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