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Everyone Can Learn to Ride a Bicycle

by Chris Raschka

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This book shows a child going through how hard it can be to learn to ride a bike, but how worth it it is in the end.
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  pdenmark | Jun 9, 2015 |
This book is talk about a child, in the begining, it is really hard for her to do it. However she is not givving up, she countinuely doing that. Until she really learn how to ride a bike
  junludai | Jun 8, 2015 |
book about a child who learns to ride a bike. It is tough at first but he doesn't give up and learns how to ride it
  bethjones | Jun 6, 2015 |
A YOUNG CHILD WHO LEARNS HOW TO RIDE A BICYCHIMSELFLE FOR THE FIRST TIME AND AT THE SAME LEARN HOW TO BALANCE
  alex5354 | May 28, 2015 |
Raschka perceptively captures the challenge, exhilaration, and fun of this childhood milestone. ( )
  Sullywriter | May 22, 2015 |
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Learning to ride a bike is one of the most important milestones of childhood, and no one captures the emotional ups and downs of the experience better than Chris Raschka, who won the 2012 Caldecott Medal for A Ball for Daisy. In this simple yet emotionally rich "guide," a father takes his daughter through all the steps in the process—from choosing the perfect bicycle to that triumphant first successful ride. Using very few words and lots of expressive pictures, here is a picture book that not only shows kids how to learn to ride, but captures what it feels like to fall . . . get up . . . fall again . . . and finally "by luck, grace, and determination" ride a bicycle! 

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A father teaches his daughter all about bicycle riding, from selecting the right bike to trying again after a fall.

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