Item description for D. W. Rides Again! by Marc Tolon Brown...
Overview D.W. graduates from a tricycle to her first two-wheeler and under Arthur's careful guidance learns the basics of bicycle safety.
Publishers Description He's been on the scene in your stores and selling in big numbers for almost twenty-five years: Arthur, the bestselling aardvark. Now his Emmy award-winning, number-one rated children's TV show, Arthur, has catapulted his book sales to new heights. Arthur has sold in the past, continues to sell in record numbers in the present, and Now Little, Brown offers a fantastic promotion to make sure Arthur and D.W. will be star performers this fall and always. The promotion features an eye-catching display, extensive print and television advertising, and lots of prizes for booksellers and customers, too. Arthur's been around for almost twenty-five years, and if he's going anywhere, it's up -- in sales and in the ratings Stay tuned to Little, Brown for more adventures from loveable Arthur, his sister, D.W., and their pals, for now and always.
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Studio: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.11" Width: 7.44" Height: 0.17" Weight: 0.24 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 1996
Publisher Little, Brown Young Readers
ISBN 0316110523 ISBN13 9780316110525 UPC 719122005953
Availability 0 units.
More About Marc Tolon Brown
Marc Brown is the creator of Arthur, who has been featured in more than 30 books, and who is the star of a #1 ranked daily television show on PBS. He lives on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.
Marc Tolon Brown currently resides in Hingham, in the state of Massachusetts. Marc Tolon Brown was born in 1946.
Reviews - What do customers think about D.W. Rides Again?
"The Training Wheels Have to Go Back On, Said Father... You're Almost Ready" Dec 18, 2006
In "D.W. Rides Again!," D.W. graduates from her tricycle and begins riding an actual bicycle. D.W. has a lot to learn, but fortunately her big brother Arthur is willing to teach her. He tells her about safety rules, how to operate the bike and more. And D.W. practices. She starts learning tricks and becomes really good at it. But then --- D.W. wants to remove her training wheels. What will happen?
Another charming story featuring Arthur's sister D.W. D.W. shows how to be "can-do" and work to learn to be good at something. The illustrations nicely convey the action and have a sweetness to them as well.