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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
Growing kids have always watched adults. You will find them continually mimicking adult actions from pretending they are working at a grocery store checking groceries, staying at home cooking, and fussing with the kids to working in an office. Jack's Garage: Tire Maintenance for Kids by Jack Scudder is an ideal children's book that will educate them on the various aspects of the importance of tire maintenance. Jack is a young author with a diverse background in working with all types of vehicles. He wanted to pass on his passion and knowledge to other young readers who also may have an interest in vehicles. Jack has provided the tools necessary for understanding vehicles and even a novice can learn a lot from this book. Children will become familiar with the terms and definitions used for tires and understand the necessary safety steps on how to change and take care of tires. While this book is about tires, it's just the beginning for Jack.
As I read Jack's Garage: Tire Maintenance for Kids by Jack Scudder, I thought about how beautiful it was to see a young talented teen have the drive (pun intended!) to write such a book. Then it made me smile as I began to recall the days with my dad and learning about cars. He not only taught me about tire changing and maintenance but changing oil, checking fluids, troubleshooting by listening for different sounds that the vehicles make, and so much more. This book is an easy read and makes a great start for a beginning reader. The material is easy to absorb and not overwhelming. I enjoyed this book and am looking for more from this author about other parts of the vehicle. Get your copy today and tell a friend.