Go Block (An Abrams Block Book)


Get into gear and learn all about vehicles in this addition to the bestselling Abrams Block Book series!


ISBN: 9781419760631 Category:

Christopher Franceschelli


Get into gear and learn all about vehicles that go, go, goin Christopher Franceschelli’s Go!Blockfrom the bestselling Abrams Block Book series!

In this small but sturdy block-shaped board book, young readers are introduced to an incredible array of vehicles big and small. From airplanes, buses, and cars to subways, rail trains, and unicycles, follow our protagonists as they travel using human-powered and motor-powered vehicles alike to get to their destination: a hot air balloon ride that overlooks a constantly in-motion town!

Like other books in the Block Book series, Go!Block features die-cut shapes on every spread and has durable, interactive gatefolds, perfect for curious hands. Illustrated in Peski Studio’s bright, graphic style, this is a must-have book for transportation enthusiasts everywhere.

Collect the whole series:
Alphablock * Countablock * Dinoblock * Cityblock * Buildablock * Farmblock * Loveblock * Sharkblock * Spaceblock * Bugblock

Also available: A Box of Blocks, featuring Alphablock, Countablock, and Dinoblock.

Additional information

Weight 540 g
Dimensions 14.1 x 16.6 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 2 May 2024
Number of pages 84
Format Board book
Contributors Illustrated by Peski Studio
Dimensions 14.1 x 16.6 cm
Weight 540 g


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Christopher Franceschelli is a seasoned publisher, editor, and creator of children’s books. He runs Chronicle’s Handprint imprint and the SmartInk packaging company. A born-and-raised New Yorker, Franceschelli lives with his family in Brooklyn. David Partington is an illustrator based in Bristol, UK. His influences range from mid-century design to Saturday morning cartoons. As part of Peski Studio, he enjoys screen printing, a process that often informs his approach to illustration. Partington’s work can be seen in kids’ books, food packaging, and jumbo floor puzzles around the world. He especially enjoys creating characters, drawing friendly robots, and sending them on incredible adventures.