Readers don't need a driver's license and there's no speed limit in Drive Your Tractor and Drive Your Car, both by Anna Nilsen, with sunny illustrations by Tony Wells. A clear plastic pocket on the cover of each volume holds a tiny paper version of the eponymous vehicle, and that's only the beginning of the fun. Inside, horizontally split pages feature looping roads (paved for the car, dirt for the tractor) that, with a turn of either half page, the reader can follow round and about the town or the farmyard. And there's plenty to see along both routes: scarecrows, piglets, barns and ponds; playgrounds, toystores, gas stations and pedestrians (look out!).
- Wendy Ricci
This little interactive book allows very young children to become participants as they "drive" the included little car on the "roads" in the book. Each page is cut in half horizontally, enabling kids to change the scenes into more than 30 different routes. Different "stops" along the way ask children questions about colors and numbers of various items in the scenes. Also in the series is Drive Your Tractor.