Driving School (Elbow Grease)

Author John Cena
Illustrated by Dave Aikins
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In this fresh take on "back to school," the little blue monster truck who never gives up learns the rules of the road! This is the latest installment in the fun-filled Elbow Grease franchise from superstar entertainer and New York Times bestselling author John Cena.

Elbow Grease and his monster-truck brothers love to race--but even the fastest racers have to slow down once in a while. This time, the trucks learn the value of being safe and following the rules. Young readers will love seeing Elbow Grease go to driving school in this Step 1 reader based on John Cena's picture book series!

Step 1 Readers feature big type and easy words for children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin reading. Rhyme and rhythmic text paired picture clues help children intuit the story.
John Cena is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, multifaceted entertainer, and dedicated philanthropist. He is a longtime WWE superstar, and his films include Ferdinand; F9, the next installment of the Fast and the Furious series; and The Suicide Squad and its spinoff TV show, Peacemaker. Inspired by Richard Scarry—one of his favorite children’s book creators—Cena is the author of the Elbow Grease series of picture books and Do Your Best Every Day to Do Your Best Every Day. View titles by John Cena
Dave Aikins grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, immersed in comic books, action figures, and B-movies. In 1991, Dave was somehow persuaded to move to Ohio, studying at the Columbus College of Art & Design. After graduating in 1995, he spent four years working for a large newspaper and a commercial art studio. Now residing outside of Columbus, Ohio, with his wife, energetic son, and multiple cats and dogs, he is currently running Let’s Draw Studio, the freelance illustration company he founded in 1998.  View titles by Dave Aikins

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In this fresh take on "back to school," the little blue monster truck who never gives up learns the rules of the road! This is the latest installment in the fun-filled Elbow Grease franchise from superstar entertainer and New York Times bestselling author John Cena.

Elbow Grease and his monster-truck brothers love to race--but even the fastest racers have to slow down once in a while. This time, the trucks learn the value of being safe and following the rules. Young readers will love seeing Elbow Grease go to driving school in this Step 1 reader based on John Cena's picture book series!

Step 1 Readers feature big type and easy words for children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin reading. Rhyme and rhythmic text paired picture clues help children intuit the story.

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John Cena is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, multifaceted entertainer, and dedicated philanthropist. He is a longtime WWE superstar, and his films include Ferdinand; F9, the next installment of the Fast and the Furious series; and The Suicide Squad and its spinoff TV show, Peacemaker. Inspired by Richard Scarry—one of his favorite children’s book creators—Cena is the author of the Elbow Grease series of picture books and Do Your Best Every Day to Do Your Best Every Day. View titles by John Cena
Dave Aikins grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, immersed in comic books, action figures, and B-movies. In 1991, Dave was somehow persuaded to move to Ohio, studying at the Columbus College of Art & Design. After graduating in 1995, he spent four years working for a large newspaper and a commercial art studio. Now residing outside of Columbus, Ohio, with his wife, energetic son, and multiple cats and dogs, he is currently running Let’s Draw Studio, the freelance illustration company he founded in 1998.  View titles by Dave Aikins

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