New Red Bike!

New Red Bike Up and down Round and round Tom is having a blast zooming all over the neighborhood on his new red bike But when Tom stops by Sam s house to show off his wheels he s in for an unhappy surprise The ne

  • Title: New Red Bike!
  • Author: James E. Ransome
  • ISBN: 9780823422265
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Up and down Round and round Tom is having a blast zooming all over the neighborhood on his new red bike But when Tom stops by Sam s house to show off his wheels, he s in for an unhappy surprise The new bike is sudenlygone Could his best friend, Sam, be the culprit This deceptivly simple seeming picture book offers a clever take on sharing.

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    1. A great book about learning to share and to be kind to others, and possibly a lesson about not taking things that don's belong to you. With easy word and colorful pictures kids will have success in reading at their "just right" level.

    2. The book "New Red Bike" by James E. Ransome is a children's picture book. The age group for this book is 4-8.This book is about Tom who gets a new red bike. He goes to a friend's house and his bike was taking when he wasn't looking. He found it, but his friend didn't have one. So, Tom shared turns. I gave this book 4 stars because it had good illustration and a good meaning behind the story. I think this would be appealing to children because it's about a new bike. Most kids would love to get a [...]

    3. Up and down! Round and round! Tom is having a blast zooming all over the neighborhood on his new red bike. But when Tom stops by Sam's house to show off his wheels, he's in for an unhappy surprise. The new bike is suddenlygone. Could his best friend, Sam, be the culprit? This deceptivly simple-seeming picture book offers a clever take on sharing.Bicycles -- Juvenile fiction.Cycling -- Juvenile fiction.Sharing -- Juvenile fiction

    4. When Tom decides to show his new bike to his friend Sam, he turns his back and the bike disappears. But wait! Sam couldn't help himself and has taken the bike for a spin without telling Tom. The two share the bike, taking turns enjoying the fun. The watercolor and pencil illustrations clearly portray both boys' emotions in this celebration of childhood play and generosity.

    5. Simplistic. Good concept book for directional words. Illustrations are clear and crisp. A good story about childhood fun and sharing.

    6. Really flat storytelling and not particularly great illustrations it makes me sad since it is so hard to find lighthearted contemporary books with African American boys :/

    7. Two friends enjoy new bikes, riding them up, down, and around in circles.Watercolor and pencil illustrations perfectly complement simple text. Overall a good read aloud for grades PreK-2.

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