Item description for My Daddy Makes the Best Motorcycles in the Whole Wide World: The Harley-Davidson by Jean Davidson & Theresa Hammerquist...
Best selling author Jean Davidson, the granddaughter of Harley-Davidson co-founder Walter Davidson, is proud to present her first children's book. Follow 8-year-old Jeannie as she narrates the story of how the first Harley-Davidson motorcycles came about. Jeannie's adventures include riding the assembly line, going to the races with her daddy and watching motorcycles in the Fourth of July parade. Vibrant illustrations by Theresa Hammerquist accentuate the fun, informative text.
Harley lovers will want to pass this timeless treasure on to their children, grandchildren and special children in their lives.
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Davidson is the granddaughter of Walter Davidson, one of the founders and first president of Harley-Davidson Motor Company. She travels extensively speaking about the personal stories of the Harley-Davidson legacy.
Jean Davidson currently resides in Milwaukee, in the state of Wisconsin. Jean Davidson was born in 1937.
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Enjoyable, simple story Aug 13, 2004
Written by Jean Davidson (the granddaughter of Walter Davidson, one of the founders and first president of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company), My Daddy Makes The Best Motorcycle In The Whole Wide World - The Harley-Davidson is a children's picturebook celebrating the usefulness and versatility of the motorcycle - which policemen, firefighters, and American soliders overseas put to good use as surely as private citizens. Friendly-themed color illustrations by Theresa Hammerquist show the special bond between parent and child, in this enjoyable, simple story especially for motorcycle enthusiast families.
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