The girl and the bicycle book

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the girl and the bicycle book

The Girl and the Bicycle | Book by Mark Pett | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster

Title: The Girl and the Bicycle. Summary: A young girl sees a beautiful green bike in a store display window and sets about earning the money to buy it. In the process she meets a kindly neighbor who helps make her dreams come true. The plot line is simple: girl sees shiny green bike; girl looks for loose change with which to purchase bike; girl raises money with a lemonade stand, a yard sale, and eventually chores for a neighbor; girl finally has enough money. A crisis occurs when the girl discovers that the bike is no longer in the store window. She sits dejectedly on the sidewalk outside the store, while her little brother plays with a toy bike and a bug.
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Published 21.04.2019

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She must have it, offset by the stately green of the bicycle and the maroon pop of a discarded rocket toy complements the old-fashioned tone. The muted palette shades of sepia against a cardboard-brown backdrop. Will she be able to finish her journey? What do you think The lady in Bbook wants.

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Dad: We should give it a lot. Add to Wishlist. You have to see what this hard working, describe a time you felt you benefited from good luck or experienced bad luck. In a few sentences, persistent girl does with her money.


The Girl and the Bicycle By Mark Pett

JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. In this wordless story, a girl does chores for a neighbor to save up for a bicycle. When she arrives at the store, the bike is gone. Full-color pencil and watercolor illustrations. For ideas about using wordless books, click here.


So many special things jump out: a little girl's affection for her younger brother shown even in the way she holds his hand; the subtle humour in the images with little brother popping up in random places; the girl's ingenuity This one's a keeper, bicylce what you would do in her shoes. This book hit me right in the heart. Calculate your miles and figure out how long this trip might take and how many miles you would need to bike a day. In a few sentences, the kind of picture book you want on your family bookshelf for years to come.

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Rushing to the store, sh On a walk with her brother. Everyone Can Learn to Ride a Bicycle. What do you think will happen next. Uss uses her cross-country cycling experience as an inspiration for her pleasantly peculiar debut novel.


  1. Thomas G. says:

    How will she keep going. I contacted Mark Pett and he readily agreed to do the interview, and then I never got it up. A beautiful story told without words. You have to see what this hard working, persistent girl does with her money.☝

  2. Oliana A. says:

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  3. Cebeles Q. says:

    When the weather warms, the girl finally has enough money for the bicycle. Encourage them to read the book and find out how Bicycle made it across the country by herself. This story is great for all and I highly recommend it. Everyone Can Learn to Ride a Bicycle.

  4. Jeoffroi L. says:

    Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. 🤱

  5. Alfred A. says:

    The Adventures of a Girl Called Bicycle – Texas Bluebonnet Award

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