Full of sibilant sounds and other wordplay, Kathryn Dennis's picture book, Snakes on the Job, is a sssssweet story that's sure to be a read-aloud hit.
Off to work the snakes will go. They slide into trucks and roll out slow. Hisssssssh goes the sound of the brakes.
The busy snakes are back! This time, they are operating a variety of construction vehicles—bulldozers, diggers, backhoes and more—and what they are building is a surprise. It’s so fun, that new friends want to join them!
About the Author
Kathryn Dennis began her art career drawing on walls and sidewalks and painting anything that did not move. In fourth grade, she published her first project—a comic strip about a platypus, which she sold for a nickel. Snakes on a Train was her (official) picture book debut.
The creator of the popular Snakes on a Train is back .... This time, the snakes are going to work on construction vehicles. Yesssssssssssssh. An excellent addition for vehicle lovers and newly independent readers.–School Library Journal