In this story William Bee works with trucks at his garage. He introduces us to all manner of heavy vehicles. The final pages become even more information rich than the opening ones. The penultimate page shows all sorts of products you can buy at William’s garage. One double spread near the end of the book shows facts and figures about the size of two of the vehicles. Another gives us information about types of fuel and how a lorry is structured.
In some ways this is a very conventional picture book. There is only a little text on each page. The pictures are in places integrated with and at other times apart from the text. The pictures all contain supplementary story. At times these are quite amusing: they often contain details of traffic cones that have become human and a dog who very much remains a dog.
The font is clear and large with simple ‘g’s and ‘a’s . This implies the text may be suitable for the very early reader though some of the language and concepts are quite demanding.