Fix That Truck! (LEGO City)

Fix That Truck LEGO City Reading is always fun in LEGO City Spend a day on the road traveling the world of LEGO City whether you re driving an ambulance garbage truck or dirt bike caravan an adventure awaits

  • Title: Fix That Truck! (LEGO City)
  • Author: Michael Anthony Steele
  • ISBN: 9780545470612
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Paperback
  • Reading is always fun in LEGO City Spend a day on the road, traveling the world of LEGO City whether you re driving an ambulance, garbage truck, or dirt bike caravan an adventure awaits

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    About “Michael Anthony Steele

    • Michael Anthony Steele

      Michael Anthony Steele is an author and screenwriter living in Dallas, Texas He s written for a wide variety of entertainment and educational properties from Barney Friends to the novelization of the recent film, Night at the Museum Battle of the Smithsonian He s written over 60 licensed books for such major properties as Shrek, Penguins of Madagascar, Wordgirl, The Batman, Garfield, Spider man, Speed Racer, Winx Club, Sly Cooper, and many Anthony s television experience begins with the award winning PBS series Wishbone and carries him all the way to writing 25 episodes of Barney Friends and 4 DVDs of Boz The Green Bear Next Door.Between writing projects, Anthony is thrilled to give presentations to schools and libraries across the country Having been fortunate enough to write for so many famous brands, his appearances require very little preparation on the part of the instructors because, most likely, the kids are fans of one or of the properties for which he s written.Anthony s current presentation features multimedia elements and tells the story of how he became a writer following an exciting path through a career in photography and special effects His appearances have been described as the rock n roll author visits since he comes with an animated presentation, humor, audio visual elements, loads of energy, and a guitar that s right, a guitar His life s journey has given him unique experience and the ability to share behind the scenes knowledge, tell stories, and answer questions not only about writing but also about the film and television industry More importantly, the main theme of his program is how, with hard work and determination, the students can achieve anything they wish Anthony was in elementary school when he was first inspired to become a writer and they too can get inspired right now It s just that simple and exciting

    129 thoughts on “Fix That Truck! (LEGO City)

    • This was the school library book brought home this week. My little man rates them. When I asked how many stars ---we get 5 here. When asked if this is a favorite, the reply was "Yes, every book is a favorite, unless it is new." Well, this was the first read of this book and it still got a 5 stars rating. He enjoys the Lego books and the fun graphics along with the characters. There is a lot of small details in the illustration. We also enjoy that the books match up with building sets and you can [...]

    • We ordered a lot of these books from the series for our library's collection. I am slightly disappointed in them. I thought the illustrations would be made of real legos, not computer graphics. The story lines are just so so. I wish the illustrators had been more creative and thoughtful. The great thing about legos is your taking solid shapes and building structures with them. It is a form of architectural art that kids really love. However these are simple computer graphics and the story lines [...]

    • I read this to my special needs teen age son that loves anything to do with vehicles. He did like it but at times it 'lost' him was (I think) to repetitive for him the little boy in the story is constantly trying to 'help' but makes more of a mess than helps. The first two or three times was okay but the whole story is this. BUT one thing that was good about the story is in the end it does teach children that no matter what your size you can always be helpful.

    • This is a good read for a preschool child who likes legos and/or trucks. I have a truck-loving toddler and he loved looking at the pictures, but the text was too advanced for him. I also liked the story, about how anyone can be helpful and contribute even if they are young and don't always get things right.

    • I wasn't a fan of this book. I felt that it continually taught that this kid was too little to do things, that when he messed up there weren't consequences or apologies, just that he felt sorry for himself. This isn't an attitude I want my son to grow up with. Believe that you can. Be a helper. Listen to others. Apologize when wrong. Fix that book, Lego!

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