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Everything Goes: Henry on Wheels (Everything Goes: Henry I Can Read! - Level My First)

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Henry can't wait to take his first solo bike ride. When Mom says he may go only around his block, Henry discovers that there are lots of fascinating things to see close to home—from a hot dog truck to cement mixers.

Early readers and riders will enjoy this I Can Read in the Everything Goes series, filled with fun on wheels!
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published February 26th 2013 by HarperCollins
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Margaret Chind
Everything Goes books are always fun and full of color and objects to look at. This early shared reading book is all that and perfect for the early reader that also has an early enjoyment of a bicycle in Henry on Wheels. The text has plenty of repetition which helps brings certain words to memory and it is neat as he goes around a corner of her neighborhood block to the next thing to see which makes me think his could be a fun book for discussing sequencing.

At this stage for us (3.5) often I rea
Apr 08, 2013 Carol rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: easy-reader
Henry loves his bike. He wants to go on a long bike ride. When his mom says he can only go around the block he is upset. Turns out his ride was anything but boring! He gets back home and gets his mom to ride with him so he can show her all the sights! This is a cute beginning reader for very early readers.
An OK choice for early readers but nothing special. The text feels very controlled at times and reads like an "easy reader". You'd need to do a fairly extensive preview of some of the vocabulary before giving this to a new reader.
Katie Lorsch
Oct 22, 2015 Katie Lorsch rated it really liked it
Shelves: tommy, early-readers
I liked this book because it has lots of things that goes. He got to see lots of things and that was neat. -Tommy
Mar 25, 2013 Gps rated it liked it
Shelves: easy-to-read
Henry is off an adventure...around the block..a worthwhile early reader book, that has a certain charm, and helps develop vocabulary
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I love "I can read" books. My daughter was able to read this to me. She recognized many of the sight words she's learned both at home and school and this was a cute story.
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Read this over and over and over in the car trip to Shauna's.
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