The Smash! Smash! Truck

The Smash! Smash! Truck❮BOOKS❯ ⚦ The Smash! Smash! Truck Author Aidan Potts – Bluevapours.co.uk What selfrespecting glass bottle would want to be trapped in a trash dump for hundreds of thousands of years, when it could be transformed over and over again into new and exciting containers? Luckily What selfrespecting glass bottle would want to be trapped in a trash dump for hundreds of thousands of years, when it could be transformed over and over again into new and exciting containers? Luckily, The Smash! Smash! Truck is on hand to speed up the recycling process, making things go round faster Professor Potts takes us all The Smash! eBook Í the way back to the Big Bang to look at how the earth naturally recycles its resources and ends with a series of glorious smashes as a modern recycling truck is loaded and unloadedAs he did in Uneversaurus, Professor Potts makes science engaging and informative with lighthearted, accessible text and clever, fun illustrations.

Is a wellknown author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Smash! Smash! Truck book, this is one of the most wanted Aidan Potts author readers around the world.

The Smash! Smash! Truck ePUB ¸ The Smash!  eBook
  • Hardcover
  • 48 pages
  • The Smash! Smash! Truck
  • Aidan Potts
  • English
  • 06 March 2018
  • 9780385751438

10 thoughts on “The Smash! Smash! Truck

  1. Meghan says:

    The book teaches that different Earth systems are forms of recycling. It also focuses on the processes of recycling glass.

    The book has illustrations that are very well done with dynamic text. The formatting of this book is one that is sure to please children. One thing I think could have been done better was the use of terminology. The lack of technical terminology could be seen as condescending.

  2. Jamil says:

    Smashing, Trucks, Recycling, Atoms and the Big Bang! Dedicated to Johnny Rotten and narrated by a guy who looks like Barry Allen. What's not to love? Enjoy Exploding!

  3. Bradley says:

    Coale loved this one. It has colourful pictures and swirling patterns. Good subject matter too. =)

  4. Briana says:

    I wish this book was purely about recycling and not Earth's origins.

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