Few words are needed in this inventive and fun transportation adventure!
"Bus! Stop!" a boy yells, as his bus pulls away one early morning. He must wait for the next bus. But the next one does NOT look like his bus at all. And neither does the next one, or the next. At first, the boy is annoyed. Then he is puzzled. Then intrigued. The other buses look much more interesting than his bus. Maybe he should try a different bus after all, and he's glad he does!
Here is a book with few words and delightful illustrations that shows very young children that trying something a little different can be a lot of fun.
About the Author
James Yang's prize-winning work has appeared in many magazines, including Graphis, Newsweek, Forbes, Fortune, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal. He is the author/illustrator of Joey and Jet, Joey and Jet in Space, and Puzzlehead.
The designer of "Clockman," a sculpture on display at the National Museum of American History, Mr. Yang and his wife live in New York City.
Raves for Bus! Stop!:
* "Graphically inventive.... Yang’s stylized, offbeat characters and “buses” give this story of transportation lost and found a quirky universality."--Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Weird and delightful.... An imaginative, fun ode to bus travel and its many minor surprises."--Kirkus Reviews