- Published: New York : Hyperion Books for Children, 2003.
- Year Published: 2003
- Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
- Language: English
- Format: Book
- Lexile: 120
Recently Listed On
- New York Public Library's Top Children’s Books of the Last 100 Years
- Large Print for Kids
- Funny Children's Books
- Picture Books - Silly Stories
- Most Popular Kids Books
- Personal Favorites
- Fun School Books
- Checkout History
- Top 100 Picture Books selected by School Library Journal
- New York Public Library's 100 Picture Books Everyone Should Know
caldecott kindergarten mo silly caldecott honor book 2004 whining pigeons driving busses picture book crushing dreams picture book reader pigeon pigeons pigeon bus saying no ALA Notable Children's Books 2004 angell caldecott honor book mo willems bus drivers persuasion driving the bus
Login to add tags
Don't let the pigeon drive the bus
by Willems, Mo.
There are currently 4 available
Where To Find It
Available Copies: Downtown Youth PicBks, Malletts Youth Picture Books, Traverwood Youth PicBks, West Youth Picture Books
Reviews & Summaries
This book is very easy for young readers to read as there only a few words per page. The story is simple - the pigeon wants to drive the bus, and he tries his best to plead with you (the reader) to let him. The illustration is very good. The expression on the character give the impression there is a little boy talking in each page instead of a pigeon. The sulking, the whining, the pleading are all very well done. My children love this book along with other Mo Willems books as do I.
I love these pigeon books. Mo Willems is my favorite.
He asked me to read for him for almost 10 times the first day we borrow this book home!
This book has such a unique humor! Adults and kids should get a kick out of it.
Kids love telling the pigeon "no" and will make you read this book over and over. It's cute and surprisingly funny.
One of several with Pigeon wanting to do something he shouldn't. Can help kids learn to say no to their "wanna's".
Simple illustrations yet means a lot, as they say a picture can be worth a thousand words. Great book
I'm amazed at how Mo Willems can infuse so much expression into his pigeon with relatively simple line drawings.
hilarious! will keep you laughing.
Login to write a review of your own.