This story is about a pigeon who, after the bus driver temporarily leaves, is determined to drive the bus himself. No matter how many times he asks, the passengers will simply not let him drive it! While I have not read this book, I have read other books by this same author so I assume that this story will also be very funny and would probably be most suitable in either a Kindergarten or first grade classroom. If I chose to read this story to my students, I would take a classroom survey after finishing the book to see if the children would or would not let the pigeon drive the bus. If I did this with Kindergarteners, I would have the class (as a whole) take the survey and then ask them orally why they would or would not let the pigeon drive the bus. If I did this with first graders, I would have them write a short response as to why they would or would not let the pigeon drive. Then, I would have them place their responses in the appropriate yes or no category on the large class survey poster. This would allow them to practice their writing skills and give them a chance to see if a majority of their peers would or would not let the pigeon drive.