Elizabeth Mary Cummings/Melissa Salvarani
A nonfiction narrative about what it takes to be a traffic controller as seen through the eyes of a young girl. From stopping traffic to let emergency vehicles pass to guiding heavy loads onto lorries, the role of a traffic controller is demonstrated as being both diverse and important.
I loved a lot of things about this book. I loved how cleverly it was presented and how sensibly it has been put together. I loved how the fun illustrations work so well with the text to put across the message in a fun, interesting way. And I loved that the author wanted children to understand germs, the good germs and the bad.
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- Biology virology germs