Books About Construction Vehicles

This is Nathan. He loves big vehicles that work to get big jobs done.

Tractors and construction vehicles…they’re his thing.

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He loves playing with them. He loves sorting them.

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He loves wearing them. He loves talking about them.

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He loves books about them. Here are some of his favorite construction books…

Construction Vehicles Books for Kids

Demolition by Sally Sutton

Our Review: A uniquely illustrated book with rich language that creates an action-packed reading experience for a little builder. The use of onomatopoeia takes the reader into the story, onto the worksite, where he/she can participate in the demolition. A fun read that we have yet to tire of. Perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and early school aged children.

Construction Vehicle Books for Kids

Construction Kitties by Judy Sue Goodwin Sturges

Our Review: This is a fun read for those who love cats and construction stuff. The story takes the reader through the Construction Kitties’ work day as they build a… I don’t want to give away the story! Read it to find out what the kitties construct. You won’t be disappointed! Appropriate for toddlers and preschoolers.

Construction Vehicle Books for Kids

Tough Trucks by Scholastic

Our Review: A simple book featuring complicated machines. This book is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers who are fascinated with vehicles that work to get big jobs done–maintenance vehicles, farm vehicles, rescue and construction vehicles. Individual vehicle names, their category and their function is given. We love just sitting and talking about the different vehicles presented on each page.

B is for Bulldozer Board Book: A Construction ABC by June Sobel

Our Review: This book is amazing! Such a creative use of construction vehicles and construction related tools found on a worksite. B is for Bulldozer tells a construction story by using the alphabet. We love the rhyming text and how the construction terminology (some new to us) is presented. A must-have for toddlers and preschoolers!

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