Planes Go The helicopter goes PITTATATATA PITTATATATA PITTATATATA The jumbo jet goes Wheeeeeeeee VRRRRRRRRRRUUUHHHHHHHHHMMM The propeller plane goes HUK HUK HUK WHIRRRRRRR WHIRRRRRR Prepare for liftoff with

  • Title: Planes Go
  • Author: Steve Light
  • ISBN: 9781452128993
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Board Book
  • The helicopter goes, PITTATATATA PITTATATATA PITTATATATA The jumbo jet goes, Wheeeeeeeee VRRRRRRRRRRUUUHHHHHHHHHMMM The propeller plane goes, HUK HUK HUK WHIRRRRRRR WHIRRRRRR Prepare for liftoff with 8 exciting aircraft and the noises they make in this irresistible board book The long, oversized format lends itself to the shape of the vehicles and stands out on tThe helicopter goes, PITTATATATA PITTATATATA PITTATATATA The jumbo jet goes, Wheeeeeeeee VRRRRRRRRRRUUUHHHHHHHHHMMM The propeller plane goes, HUK HUK HUK WHIRRRRRRR WHIRRRRRR Prepare for liftoff with 8 exciting aircraft and the noises they make in this irresistible board book The long, oversized format lends itself to the shape of the vehicles and stands out on the shelf, and the boisterous text begs to be read aloud.

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    About “Steve Light

    1. Steve Light says:

      Steve Light grew up in an enchanted place known as New Jersey He went on to study Illustration at Pratt Institute, he also studied with Dave Passalacqua Upon graduating he did some corporate illustrations for companies such as ATT, Sony Films, and the New York Times Book Review Steve Light then went on to design buttons that were acquired by the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum He has since published several children s books with various publishers He has read and told stories all over including The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art and The Milwaukee Museum of Art.Steve loves to draw He draws everyday whether it is drawing in his sketchbook or on fancy paper for an illustration Steve loves fountain pens and collects these ancient artifacts in order to draw with them He also loves making things Steve usually makes things like sculptures and toys out of wood Steve loves sharing his art and stories with children.



    2 thoughts on “Planes Go

    1. Just gonna buy this and call Marieke and make all the noises and make her feel bad because I am so much better at making plane noises than she'll ever be. my kid will be like "will you read it to me" and I'll be like shut up kid, not everything's about you.

    2. This is a compromise rating. The small reader loves it and it causes him to walk in circles putt-putt-putting and brmm-brmm-brmming but I am terrible at making airplane noises so I have a hard time "reading it." The artwork is nice and the words are written in an aesthetically pleasing way, but you can't really read the "noises." For each plane. At least I can't. The funny thing, though, is that this book was published in 2014. The last "plane" is a space shuttle blasting off. The space shuttle [...]

    3. Beware the onomatopoeia. Your baby/toddler may be too fascinated with the sounds to shut up. Great illustrations a welcome bonus.

    4. Another title in Light's board book series about transportation vehicles. This one is aircraft from blimp to supersonic jet and lots in between.

    5. Planes and other flying contraptions are noisy machines.This was a Christmas present from a sister-in-law and family, and it has been a big hit ever since. The Boy (2.5) can spot/hear an airplane from tens of thousands of miles away, and seeing them brightly illustrated and with amusing spelled-out sound effects is totally his thing. I never get over him pointing out a "superjanet jet". (I will say that the rocket at the end has a fun countdown, but is missing the sound of the takeoff. No matter [...]

    6. Bright watercolor illustrations accompany the wonderful sounds made by various forms of transportation such as a seaplane, a helicopter, a jumbo jet, and a blimp. Young readers will be thrilled to be able to shout the sounds these flying machines make as their caregivers read the book aloud. They will like the little surprise at the end when the space craft heads into space. This is a terrific book for sharing with others and channeling their energy in a positive direction.

    7. Planes Go by Steve Light is the fourth book in its series which has previously covered trucks, trains and diggers. This plane book is very successful, focusing on different types of planes and then the sounds that they make. It’s the kind of book that small children will love to read to themselves aloud after they learn the names of the planes. A lovely addition to a great series.

    8. I've read this numerous times to my almost two year old and he loves turning the oversized pages and hearing me make the sounds. I do add a space shuttle lift off sound which is missing and this along with the book taking off into the sky is his favorite part of the book. A definite read at least twice in one sitting for my son.

    9. I think Mommy and Daddy have read this book 6 times a day each. Lydia loved it. Daddy did the sounds better, but Lydia loved it all the same. The pictures were lovely and brightly colored. Lydia would point out the clouds and the fire. Saying "Hot" for the fire. Drey added "no ticket" when reading the Blimp page. This was a great book.

    10. After reading this with me, my 5 year-old granddaughter, Emma, asked to take Planes Go home--a sure sign of a hit. Kids will love making all of the plane sounds and the repetition allows even the youngest child to read along.

    11. The perfect board book. The oversized wide format first caught my baby's attention, and it was kept with the bold, simple illustrations and the plethora of sound effects. As a parent, I found this less annoying to read than I thought it would be.

    12. A noisy look at different types of planes in an elongated board book format. Nice terminology and variety. Artwork really makes each type of aircraft shine.Watercolor illustrations. Babies and toddlers.

    13. I read this book while visiting the new Bookstore in Seattle. The book is a gem and would be perfect for kids who love planes. The author has other themes if your reader is more into trucks or trains. Great illustrations!

    14. If you and your child like making the noises various vehicles make, it's hard to beat Steve Light's "X Go" books. This is no exception.

    15. I sincerely hope you read this out loud, whoever you are, whether or not there are children nearby.

    16. As simple as it gets - pictures of different aerial craft and onomatopoeia of the sounds those craft make. You can read it in two minutes, but kids love hearing you act out the sounds.

    17. Love the bright simple illustrations and sounds for each kind of plane (who knew I could do sound effects like that?!)

    18. Light has several books in this series and they are sure to appeal to kids who favor books with ways of interacting/making with the book. This one will entertain kids with the sounds they can make.

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