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I'm Mighty! PDF Print E-mail

What You Need to Know:
• I'm Mighty! is a terrific, cleverly written story similar in plot to the Little Engine that Could.
• This picture book would make a great read aloud for a young audience.
• Kate and Jim McMullin, a husband and wife, have teamed up to create this humorous, high-spirited series of books
  for readers who are besotted by any kind of transportation vehicle (read: young boys).
Sweet Series Background:
Each book is an energetic look at a different vehicle/boat.  The text is lively in its description of the different tasks each transport vessel performs.  The illustrations are dynamic and are meant to illicit much interaction between the reader and the text.  These books would be a terrific newborn present purchased together or singularly as a great 3rd or 4th birthday present.
Sweet Book Summary:
I'm Mighty is the story of a spunky little tugboat, and all the mighty things it can do.  I'm Mighty is written in the same style as the other volumes in this series, humorously and energetically.  This story, in particular, is very reminiscent of The Little Engine That Could.  A fun, interactive read for your little reader.  I'm Mighty would be a great read-aloud.  
Author: Kate McMullan Illustrator: Jim McMullan Published: 2006, 40 pages
Themes: Excellent Read-Aloud, Humor, Transportation, Construction
If You Liked This Book, Try:
I Stink, Kate and Jim McMullan
I'm Dirty, Kate and Jim McMullan

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