All aboard for an amazing adventure! Every day, the bus driver finishes his cup of tea, puts on his jacket, and sets off on his route. Every day, the man with the big red tie gets on at the roundabout, the lady with the pram gets on at the library, and the noisy children get on at Clover Drive.
But what if one day the driver turned down a new and exciting road, and picked up new and exciting people? So many people that the bus simply wouldn't be big enough? Well, they would only be one solution . . . A bright, bold, and funny book that will delight both child and adult alike.
Recommended for Ages: 4-6
Language: Simplified Chinese
This book talks about how a bus driver got tired of his daily routine, and decided to go on an adventure taking a route that he's never been on before. It's about being spontaneous, having an adventurous spirit, teamwork, creativity and taking the path less travelled.
Beautiful, detailed illustrations on what each layer of the bus looks like - there's also a page with a map and another showing the whole 100-decker bus that spans 4-5 pages long!
A great follow-up activity would be to go on a spontaneous trip with your child! We love going to bus interchanges and hopping onto random buses, and just see where it brings us to :) My 4.5yo has a lot of fun with such spontaneous trips, and he gets to practice decision making too so he feels really proud whenever we visit new places that we've never been to because he was the one who led us there.
It’s a story which requires Quite a bit of imagination. The bus goes on an adventure as the driver decides to take a different route. Unfortunately my son prefers the bus to have a definite destination and not just going along without an end in sight. So I would say that I actually enjoyed the book more than him!
Must buy for any kid who loves double-decker buses. My son loves big buses and was sucked into the crazy adventure of travelling on a bus with multiple levels and swimming pool. The attachment that unfolds to reveal the many levels made the story even more exciting.
cute story that encourages kids to imagine what it would be like if there’s really a 100-storey bus!
Very beautiful book. Thou a tad too much words n difficult for a 3yo, she still likes looking at the pictures.