Tiny Trucks, Dirty Pigeons, and Moving Machines
- What: Most popular posts
- When: February 2020
- Why: See what other people read
- Where: At home
February brought an extra day, and readers the world over took the extra 24 hours to catch up on a few favorite posts. The most popular material included some tiny trucks, as well as a beloved bird and some Lego transformations.
Driven Pocket Series: A perennial favorite no matter the month, parents and kids alike can’t get enough of these tiny trucks. We love their compact size, and connecting the three road pieces included in each little garage to make new and longer roads. Each box comes with a random vehicle as well as multiple pieces of road and a road sign as well. Start your collection or see which one you get next.
The Pigeon Needs a Bath: No matter how your child feels about bath time, they will love watching the antics of Mo Williems’ beloved pigeon as he tries anything to avoid a tub full of water. Filled with the classic illustrations, get your kids giggling before bath time with this delightful tale.
Lego Chain Reactions: Get your kids’ creative juices flowing and put all those loose Lego bricks to work with this handy guide. It includes specialty pieces needed to make each of the ten projects with moving parts, and step by step instructions to make assembly easy. Kids will enjoy the cause and effect of these building ideas time and time again.