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Everything Goes: Henry Goes Skating (My First I Can Read) (edition 2012)

by Brian Biggs, Brian Biggs (Illustrator), Simon Abbott (Illustrator)

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Title:Everything Goes: Henry Goes Skating (My First I Can Read)
Authors:Brian Biggs
Other authors:Brian Biggs (Illustrator), Simon Abbott (Illustrator)
Info:HarperCollins (2012), Paperback, 32 pages
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Everything Goes: Henry Goes Skating (My First I Can Read) by Brian Biggs



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  ritubohara | Apr 8, 2013 |
Little Kid Reaction: Review pending.

Big Kid Reaction: This is so much more than an easy reader! I love the idea of sharing it with toddlers and preschoolers to explore the illustrations (counting, colors, objects, cute little birds in hats!), then letting Kindergartners and first graders read and explore for themselves. Many of the illustrations have simple words or letters that complement the text.

Pros: Good story and great illustrations make this a perfect choice for a seasonal easy reader.

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0061958212, Hardcover)

When Henry wakes up, the ground is covered with snow! That means it's a perfect day for building a snowman and going ice-skating. On the way to the ice-skating rink, Henry sees lots of winter activity: special trucks for plowing snow and special trucks that help vehicles stuck in the snow!

Henry Goes Skating uses simple, easy-to-read text and bold illustrations to bring stories to life for beginning readers. This is the second title in the Everything Goes I Can Read series, filled with vehicles that know how to move even when there's snow on the road.

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"It's a snowy day, perfect for ice-skating! Henry sees lots of amazing vehicles on his way to the rink, but the best vehicle of the day is around the corner."--Publisher.

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