This interactive little picture book starts off with a bus driver taking a break and asking readers to please make sure that no one - not even the wheedling, pleading, cajoling, wormy pigeon - drives his bus.
But the little squab is incorrigible:
"I'll be your best friend!"
"How 'bout I give you five bucks."
"I bet your mom would let me."
"I have dreams, you know!"
Annabel, it turns out, understands about dreams. From page two, when pigeon peeked in his little head into the story to ask permission, she was ready to hand over the keys.
"I would let him drive the bus. It's only for pretend."