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Timmers's acrylic illustrations are delightfully three-dimensional, appearing as if they might pop off the page at any moment and zoom right into the living room. Unlikely drivers and outfits will keep youngsters engaged in looking for more funny details. A must for any preschool group studying community helpers and careers. (Kirkus Reviews)

Kids take the wheel in this paper-over-board title that invites them to love learning by making it fun. …Youngsters will enjoy sounding out the noise each vehicle makes as their engines "start" and practically bound right out of the book. (Publishers Weekly)

After a few times of reading through with Ruby [my daughter] she was hooked and now insists on reading it to herself and also quizzing us on "Who Is Driving?". It is amazing to me how she picked up on the little differences between the illustrated characters and was able to define the appropriate match. Maybe I underestimated her but it's very rewarding as a mom to watch your child embrace a wonderful book and also learn something from it. (TheDailyStroll.com) -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Leo Timmers has written and illustrated several books for children that have been published all over the world. He lives with his family in Brussels, Belgium.


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This WIll Drive Your Toddler to Reading! 1. Juni 2008
Von M. Allen Greenbaum - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This delightful book works on so many levels. It's an early reading book, an imaginative picture book, a counting book, a vocabulary book, and a memory and problem-solving book all wrapped in one delectable package.

In each of the seven 4-page scenarios, we see three or four animals in clothes so stylishly unique that they seem almost exaggerated. These clothes, however, provide big hints to solve Timmon's titular question, "Who is driving" (...the fire engine, fancy car, race car, tractor, convertible, jeep, and airplane)? While clothes and accessories provide major clues, the size and even overall comportment (!) give valuable information as well. For example, is it the alligator dessed in garish leather, the large rodent mail deliverer, the T-shirted tiny mouse, or the "lady-like" cat in formal attire who will be driving the elegant 1940s-vehicle (complete with tiny yellow flag on the hood). Using early observational and reasoning skills, and perhaps with some discussion/guidance from an adult, a youngster will probably rightly conclude that the best fitting match is between car and cat. Turn the two-page spread, and voila--the answer!

"Cat!
She is driving to a tea party.
zzzzZoOMmmmm"

(and the flag has her picture on it!).

The acrylic illustrations are extraordinary. The vehicles fairly jump off the page, an effect due to a mix of composition, color play, and the "personality" of the objects. Bold geometric shapes predominate, and the animals and "driveables" have energy and a kind of individualistic pizazz. The aforementioned "fancy car" is painted a beautiful lake blue with deco-like lines of chrome; the race car (driven, we discover, by the helmeted rabbit) is a striking orange with a fiery exhaust; and the hippopotamus, garbed in safari jacket, boots, and a backpack full of water bottles, drives a zebra-striped jeep with a canvas top. In short, these vehicles look like the kind of archetypal toys from some movie-inspired past--jaunty, old-fashioned, animated, and handmade-looking--some with colors that look good enough to eat.

I'm amazed at how well Timmers takes a simple premise and runs (drives?) away with it. The book both challenges and entertains toddler's minds in a format that will stimulate shared discussion and laughter. A deeply satisfying book!
2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Three Silly Chicks Review 1. Oktober 2007
Von Three Silly Chicks - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Reviewed at Three Silly Chicks - Readers, Writers, and Reviewers of funny books for kids.

Who is driving? With gas prices these days, it's high time for the pogo stick to make a comeback. But sometimes a chick needs her wheels, and it's no different for the parade of critters in this green gem of a book.

Timmers' guessing game format is delightfully simple and sweet. On the left hand page are four different animals decked out in various attire -- for example, alligator in a red leather biker suit, cat in a Jackie O. ensemble, mole in a mail carrier uniform, mouse in blue jeans -- all with their car keys out and at the ready. On the right hand page is a vehicle. Who is driving...the fancy car? Observant and traditionally-schooled youngsters will correctly guess the fancy-clad Cat, of course. Other young deviants may ask why the leather-clad alligator wouldn't just eat the other animals and hijack the ride for himself. (We recommend boarding school for such children.) Either way, this book is an excellent read aloud, with plenty of visual humor to sustain interest over repeated readings. Who Is Driving? is one sweet ride!
1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
This Will Drive Your Toddler to Reading! 4. November 2008
Von M. Allen Greenbaum - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This delightful book works on so many levels. It's an early reading book, an imaginative picture book, a counting book, a vocabulary book, and a memory and problem-solving book all wrapped in one delectable package.

In each of the seven 4-page scenarios, we see three or four animals in clothes so stylishly unique that they seem almost exaggerated. These clothes, however, provide big hints to solve Timmon's titular question, "Who is driving" (...the fire engine, fancy car, race car, tractor, convertible, jeep, and airplane)? While clothes and accessories provide major clues, the size and even overall comportment (!) give valuable information as well. For example, is it the alligator dessed in garish leather, the large rodent mail deliverer, the T-shirted tiny mouse, or the "lady-like" cat in formal attire who will be driving the elegant 1940s-vehicle (complete with tiny yellow flag on the hood). Using early observational and reasoning skills, and perhaps with some discussion/guidance from an adult, a youngster will probably rightly conclude that the best fitting match is between car and cat. Turn the two-page spread, and voila--the answer!

"Cat!
She is driving to a tea party.
zzzzZoOMmmmm"

(and the flag has her picture on it!).

The acrylic illustrations are extraordinary. The vehicles fairly jump off the page, an effect due to a mix of composition, color play, and the "personality" of the objects. Bold geometric shapes predominate, and the animals and "driveables" have energy and a kind of individualistic pizazz. The aforementioned "fancy car" is painted a beautiful lake blue with deco-like lines of chrome; the race car (driven, we discover, by the helmeted rabbit) is a striking orange with a fiery exhaust; and the hippopotamus, garbed in safari jacket, boots, and a backpack full of water bottles, drives a zebra-striped jeep with a canvas top.

In short, these vehicles look like the kind of archetypal toys from some movie-inspired past--jaunty, old-fashioned, animated, and handmade-looking--some with colors that look good enough to eat.

I'm amazed at how well Timmers takes a simple premise and runs (drives?) away with it. The book both challenges and entertains toddler's minds in a format that will stimulate shared discussion and laughter. A deeply satisfying book!
1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Hooray for a book parents can enjoy too! 20. April 2007
Von nantyp - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I bought this for my three year old as our of collection bedtime books was getting a bit stale and we (or maybe just I) needed something new and different! The illustrations are fantastic--so detailed and vibrant colors--and while the copy in the book is fairly simple it makes for a great conversation as he tries to guess which of the five characters will be driving each vehicle. Love it!
1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Colorful, crazy animal drawings enhance a light guessing game perfect for parent/child read-alouds. 14. April 2007
Von Midwest Book Review - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Who is driving the fire engine? Elephant! Kids are presented with a gentle set of picturebook images on driving and animals and are invited to guess which animal will drive the latest vehicle. Colorful, crazy animal drawings enhance a light guessing game perfect for parent/child read-alouds.
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