Simple text, paired with graphic illustrations, make for a picture book with modern appeal.
Children will love the fun illustrations yet they are of such a quality adults will not bore of reading the book over and over again.
My daughter has loved this book since she was 8 months old, and now that she's almost a year, she still picks it up every day.
The images in this book are not attractive and the bike appears to be more like a version of a cart than a bicycle. The chosen colors are muted and not attractive. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paula R. Schoeff
One of our family favorites! Beautiful artwork, lovely story. A hit from the first read. We always checked it out from the library but love it to much to return it each time. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Alison
My son and I love this book. He is 3, but the book would be great for younger and older kids as well. It's a simple fun adventure with great graphics.Published 12 months ago by J. Knowlton
Preschoolers love it too. The preschoolers from two different classes of mine made their own long roads out of blocks. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Erin
Both of my young sons adore this book, and I love to give it as a gift to new moms. Frank Viva's illustrations are stunning.Published 14 months ago by Nichole Robertson
This book makes a great gift. The illustrations and colors are fabulous. It's a unique book so there's a good chance the recipient doesn't have it yet.Published 15 months ago by brookerains
This is a gorgeously illustrated book that my wife and I both enjoy reading to my wee one. But as others have mentioned, there's minimal text, so my 3 year old isn't as crazy... Read morePublished 23 months ago by CFSmart
My niece was familiar with the book and wanted it for her baby boy. She and her husband are avid bikers and hikers. So the book was great for one of their passions.Published on April 1, 2013 by anne alsmeyer
I like that the reader is free to add to the story by pointing out pictures on the page and open a discussion. I was expecting the illustrations to be a little more colorful. Read morePublished on February 18, 2013 by Cynthia Coley