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Bikers are Animals 2: The Rest of the Crew: A Children's Book on Motorcycling Paperback – August 4, 2010
From the Author
BIKERS are ANIMALS 2 - The Rest of the Crew is an introduction to some really cool critters that inhabit a cartoon world of motorcycling.
About the Author
BIKERS are ANIMALS 2 - The Rest of the Crew by Paul Jamiol is the second in a series of children's books that brings young readers into a world of animals that love to ride their motorcycles.
In the first book, the author introduced his cartoon animals on "cool" motorcycles to show children and parents that motorcycle riding is fun and that those involved in motorcycling are intelligent and caring. The Rest of the Crew takes children further into that world with all new colorful characters, new bikes and new stories. Jamiol's cartoon motorcycle world embraces a child's imagination and works to expand that imagination in a fun and entertaining way.
Each character has his/her own individual look and his/her own individual motorcycle. These animals are independent and love the freedom to be who they are. Kids will see that different species do get along and can thrive both by themselves and together. Some are large and some are small, but their pride in what they do is evident in all.
They are young and old, male and female, and their motorcycles are as different as they are. Skyla the bear takes pride in her new paint job and Rachet the turkey has no problem using his tools to help his fellow riders in need. Crag is an alligator who sees the value of leaving the swamp behind and hitting the open road. The reasons for doing what they love to do are also different and varied. For them, the experience of riding motorcycles, working on them or building them is to be shared with friends and family, and is another catalyst for strengthening the bonds of their friendships.
Jamiol did not talk down to kids in the first BIKERS are ANIMALS book and he stays with that premise in this book. He uses motorcycle terms when necessary and respects the intelligence of the young reader.