Come along for a rollicking ride in this picture book celebration of vehicles that puts girls in the driver’s seat!
Girls can race…and girls can fly. Girls can rocket way up high!
Piloting fire trucks, trains, tractors, and more, the girls in this book are on the go! Join them for an exuberant journey that celebrates how girls can do—and drive—anything.
About the Author
Frances Gilbert is a children’s book editor and the author of the picture books Can You Hug a Forest?; Go, Girls, Go!; Too Much Slime!; and I Will Always Be Your Bunny. Follow her on Twitter at @GoGirlsGoBooks.
Allison Black is an illustrator and designer specializing in cute and colorful creations. Over the years Allison has developed an array of products, from Christmas ornaments to baby bedding, and has illustrated over 25 children’s books. No matter what she’s creating, Allison always brings a little flair to each project with her bold illustration style, thoughtful design, and fanciful critters. Allison lives in Columbus, Ohio, with her husband, kids, and a menagerie of furry family members.
Girl power meets things that go in this colorful early picture book. Girls with diverse skin colors, hair colors, and hair textures drive, conduct, steer, speed, rev, fly, build, load, dump, and rocket in vehicles of many different types....A hit for girls who identify strongly with girlhood and love things that go.
— Kirkus Reviews
This rousing call to girl power....puts girls in the driver’s seat of all kinds of vehicles, in which they haul things around, steer into port, fly through the air, and save people—making a lot of noise as they work....Active verbs abound, the rhyming text is propulsive, and Black’s illustrations are blasting with color and movement. A satisfying ending moves the text from what girls can do to “What about you? Give it a try! Go, girl, go!”