Backseat A-B-See

Backseat A-B-See

Maria van Lieshout / Aug 23, 2019

Backseat A B See Vroom Vroom From the backseat what do you see Whether on a cross country road trip or a quick jaunt across town there s no end to what a child can see from the backseat of a car Using familiar road

  • Title: Backseat A-B-See
  • Author: Maria van Lieshout
  • ISBN: 9781452106649
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Vroom Vroom From the backseat, what do you see Whether on a cross country road trip or a quick jaunt across town, there s no end to what a child can see from the backseat of a car Using familiar road signs, this striking book introduces little ones not just to the alphabet but also to the world around them Equally perfect for transportation obsessed children and thoseVroom Vroom From the backseat, what do you see Whether on a cross country road trip or a quick jaunt across town, there s no end to what a child can see from the backseat of a car Using familiar road signs, this striking book introduces little ones not just to the alphabet but also to the world around them Equally perfect for transportation obsessed children and those just learning to read, this fresh and dynamic picture book will entertain and educate at home, in the classroom, and on the go.

    Backseat A B See Maria van PreS A perfect book for families on the go It opens with a child in a car and the words Vroom Vroom From the backseat, what do you see and proceeds to move through the alphabet via road signs A is for Airport, B is for Bike Route, and C is for Children at Play. Munchkin Backseat Organizer, Black Baby Product Description Let s face it kids and clean cars just don t mix But it s possible to get a handle on the mess with Munchkin s Backseat Organizer. Fake Taxi Deep Throat Gagging MILF gets Backseat Facial Watch Fake Taxi Deep throat gagging MILF gets backseat facial on Pornhub, the best hardcore porn site Pornhub is home to the widest selection of free Big Dick sex videos full of the hottest pornstars If you re craving babe XXX movies you ll find them here. RealBlackExposed Sex on a car s backseat is always Watch video RealBlackExposed Sex on a car s backseat is always exciting on Redtube, home of free Ebony porn videos and Big Tits sex movies online Video length Uploaded by RealBlackExposed Starring Pornstar Teanna Trump Rae Gordon On Wednesday, November st, at the Melody Ballroom in Portland, Oregon, the Rae Gordon Band was proud to be honored with two Muddy Awards courtesy of the Cascade Blues Association membership The band was awarded Best Northwest Recording for its latest release Better Than I Was the award winning CD is Rae Gordon s third, and is the first writing collaboration between Gordon

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    About "Maria van Lieshout"

      • Maria van Lieshout

        I was born and raised in a small town near Amsterdam As a kid, I loved reading, drawing and making up stories When I was eight, I created my first book, filled with drawings of places in America I hoped to visit one day A typical Dutch girl, I also loved anything to do with water My passion for storytelling, my American dream and my love of water remained themes throughout my life My desire to tell stories propelled me to study Communications Design at George Washington University in DC it inspired my job dreaming up new brand ideas for Coca Cola in Atlanta, and helped me become an award winning Author and Illustrator of 15 picture books for kids.My love of water eventually brought me to my current home, near the beautiful San Francisco Bay, where I live with my Dutchman Peter and our son Max Pelle, and where I can often be found enjoying the water on my paddleboard.


    443 Comments

    1. Backseat A-B-See is a bit of an update of Tana Hoban’s I Read Signs, which is fantastic and still works but also looks a bit dated. Lieshout gives us digital illustrations rather than photographs. The endpapers are a top-down view of a road (genius), and (further genius) she has an author’s note on the first page in a caution sign and a “WRONG WAY” sign blazing on the back endpaper. From there, we see a child and parent heading off in a car, finding signs that correspond to each letter o [...]


    2. The reason this is a 5 star book is because of the potential this book holds! Recently I went on a car trip with some friends and they had "car bingo" cards. On these cards we would check off when we saw various signs or things on the road. This made the trip go much faster because it gave us things to focus on and chat about. This book would be PERFECT if you left it in the car and adhered a post-it note to each page (Since writing in books is a big no-no.). Then as the child sees that sign the [...]


    3. EXCELLENT design, great selection (Yay LIBRARY!) of signsI was a little surprised that the only one that was a "stretch" was "Quack;" I anticipated that more of the signs would be unusual but almost all of them can be seen on a day-to-day basis.Love the small but perfect expressions on the child in the backseata smile once the first sign is seen, then a sleepy face on the Z page. Love the "wrong way" sign on the back endpapers! And the road motif is a perfect conduit through the book.


    4. Copyright-2012Number of Pages- 33Book Format-HardcoverReading Level- Pre-k-K; GR N/AGenre- Fiction/Children's literatureLit Requirement- alphabet book 1Summary- Backseat A-B-See takes you on a road trip through the alphabet while naming road signs pertaining to the letter on each page.Response- I thought this was a fun turn on an alphabet book that can teach students a few things about road signs while they are practicing the alphabet.


    5. Loved the idea of the book. Helps the child pay attention when in the car, and also helps children identify signs and some of the letters that go along with those signs.


    6. Learn letters by road signs from A for Airport to Z for Zzzz and everything in between. Perfect alphabet book to accompany children on a road trip.


    7. Probably best for preschoolers, this ABC book is great for fans of cars, and all things roads and construction as the book goes through the various traffic signs and matches the sign with a given letter. For example "Airport" sign is for A. This book can be great for teaching visual literacy or giving primary grade aged kids an introduction to traffic signs in general


    8. The book design and concept for Maria Van Lieshout’s Backseat A-B-See is a clever variation on the typical alphabet book and a great example of environmental print as this alphabet is composed entirely of road signs. Van Lieshout’s digitally created illustrations are very simple and somewhat stylized, featuring white lines on a black background to evoke the road, capital letters in large white font, and large, colorful road signs all of which are very striking against the black background of [...]


    9. This book is exactly what it looks like -- nothing more or less -- just street signs for each letter of the alphabet, some immediately recognizable (Detour, Merge, Stop, Yield) and some slightly obscure, even slightly stretching (Heliport, Quack for Ducks, and Zzzzz with a hotel sign). And of course, of course, the great treat that is L for Library! I was most pleased that this book didn't opt to have "L is for" it just presented each sign next to a letter -- so it's a good observing book for a [...]


    10. I like that this ABC book theme is signs kids can see from the backseat. As a child, I don't remember paying much attention to signs. Except for states' border signs. Otherwise, I was looking at other things out the window. I only saw signs if my parents pointed them out. I had to start training myself to look at them when I began driving--who knew how helpful they could be. But it also took some time before I could fully tell/remember what they were meaning. So this book wouldn't have been grea [...]


    11. My favorite book on this subject is Signs in Our World by DK Publishing, regretfully it is no longer in print. This is a fairly good substitute. Depending on how you look at it, this title costs more for roughly the same material. (Now that the other one is no longer available a "new" copy is very expensive.) Each letter has its own page with a corresponding road sign. I think they took a few liberties with "Quack" for Duck crossing and "x-ing" for people crossing the road. Overall the book is b [...]


    12. This is an amazing little picture book.The book progresses and shows what the reader as they move down the road. I work at a pre-school and I used this picture book to inform my students about the alphabet. Students made connections with what they see in their own cars - which in my opinion adds to the level of engagement. (Type of text)The text is certainly informational. I loved the unique "plot" because it leads to conversations amongst peers.(Images)The images were bright and they had contra [...]


    13. I like the idea for this book--considering what can be seen from the backseat of a car. The author/illustrator uses common road signs to cover the letters of the alphabet. Although I'm not sure why the view needs to be from the backseat since those signs are actually pretty useful for the driver to see when negotiating his/her move from lane to lane or off the highway, but maybe she means it in the way we typically call someone a backseat driver. At any rate, this title will certainly be useful [...]


    14. A great example of environmental print as this alphabet is composed entirely of road signs -- all things a toddler can see from the back seat! Simple and boldly designed, with black backgrounds and white road markings behind each sign. Each letter is in large white font against the black. Most signs will be recognizable as well; J for Junction is a little difficult, and Q for quack is for the duck crossing sign, one of my personal favorites. My very favorite is L for Library (of course!) Perfect [...]


    15. This is a creative alphabet book that uses common road signs that begin with the letters of the alphabet. The background of each page adds to the theme of the book by using a black road with a white dashed line through the middle. Each of the highlighted road signs visually pop upon the black background. Even the end pages keep the theme of the book by adding a road sign for the author's introduction, a yellow car with an adult driving a child, and a "Wrong Way" sign at the end. This is a fun bo [...]


    16. My co-worker clued me into this one and I knew it would be a hit before I brought it home. I've already purchased a copy after checking it out from the library.My oldest son loves to point out road signs in books. While he enjoys reading about them now, I think the book will grow with him as he starts recognizing them more on the streets, as we will face him forward in the car seat a few months down the road. The book will be an excellent car read.


    17. This was a really cute book attempting to teach kids the letters of the alphabet. The book starts with setting up the scene, that the child is in the back of the car. As the book progresses it shows what a child might see while going down the road. I think this book would be super helpful for children who are learning their letters. The high color contrast and relateable pictures would really hold the child's attention. I would recommend this book for readers 4 and up.


    18. Someone suggested in their review that this would be perfect for a game in the car and I agree. The graphic design is EXCELLENT--against the bold black road with the white dash divider the colors of the signs pop perfectly.This is reminiscent of some of Donald Crews books, and I hope it's recognized as such. Terrific!


    19. Another super ABC book to work into our lesson on Categorization and Classification. Presenting street and highway signs as a means of teaching the alphabet has design written all over it (bringing in our reading of Daniel H. Pink's book, A WHOLE NEW MIND). The crisp hard feel of the book and its pages coupled with a simple color scheme assures that the book never "breaks character."


    20. How often does your child ask what a road sign says? This book travels through the alphabet and provides examples of many of the signs you and your child would see on your daily drive. Celebrate the view from the back seat with a book that fosters a preschooler's early efforts to read.Reviewed by Reviewer 19.


    21. This book is simple yet is so very flexible, the possibilities are endless. I could see using this book in a unit about travel, road trips, road signs, or for children simply learning the alphabet. The book is in black and white yet the signs appear in bold primary colors which would make it a great addition to a unit on colors as well.


    22. Backseat riders will "spot" the alphabet in road signs just like the ones realistically depicted in this simple concept alphabet book. Supports developmental association of icons with word/letter knowledge in a game-like way that invites repeated readings.


    23. I love the binding of this book. I kept touching it. I love learning the stories behind good graphic art (you've gotta read the book about the NYC subway fonts, which are NOT ALL Helvetica, contrary to popular belief). HECK YES, I5 is featured!!!


    24. A great educational book for your younger ones. My twin 3 yr old's loved it. Colorful fun pictures that helps get the child engaged and keeps them engaged. A great addition to any children's library.


    25. The pictures are great for young children as well as the signs chosen. I was hoping for a little more. I expected a few letters to have multiple signs. This would be good for a younger audience (toddlers - 3).


    26. This is an adorable alphabet book about street signs. I remember reading the word Stop for the first time from the backseat of my mom's Cavalier. The Q, X, and Z letters are always tricky in alphabet books and I thought this one was well done.


    27. I chose this book for general storytime because I haven't seen a book in this subject for so long. The book worked really well because the kids had a chance to observe and describe the different signs presented in the book. This is definitely recommended for different ages.


    28. This book was a pleasant surprise. I had guessed from the title that it would be about the sights a child can see from the back seat of the car. What I hadn't expected was that the book would be all about road signs from A to Z. Very clever!


    29. A great example of environmental print as this alphabet is composed entirely of road signs -- all things a toddler can see from the back seat! - Robin, Youth Librarian Reserve a library copy!



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