Everything Goes: Henry Goes Skating (I Can Read!)

Everything Goes: Henry Goes Skating by Brian Biggs
Illustrated by Simon Abbott
Genre: Juvenile Fiction / Readers, Early Readers – My First I Can Read!
Pages: 32 Hardcover
Date Published: August 21, 2012
Publisher: HarperCollins

From police horses to a Zamboni, Henry sees lots of fun things that go in this winter-themed I Can Read title!

While I have not read Everything Goes: On Land and the “…in the Air” after getting my hands on this I Can Read! book from the series I think I will have to look for those and the other I Can Read! From Brian Bigger Everything Goes. This is a My First Level early reader with short and simple but fun sentences full of varying punctuation. A great one for the winter months whether your early reader will get snow or not, they can experience it along with Henry in his car ride to go ice skating and later to build a snow man. All the winter white sites he sees (obviously on city streets) bring out a story in simple sentences that is fun for intriguing the earliest readers. The images are fun and colorful too.

*Thanks to HarperCollins for providing a copy for review.*

Brian Biggs is the illustrator of the Roscoe Riley Rules series by Katherine Applegate and One Beastly Beast by Garth Nix. Brian illustrated for many magazines and newspapers before starting his career in children’s books in 2003, with the Shredderman series by Wendelin Van Draanen. Everything Goes is his first book series as both author and illustrator. You can visit Brian online at www.mrbiggs.com.

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