Everything Goes: Henry Goes Skating by Brian Biggs
This book follows the Everything Goes books by Biggs, but this time is in a format perfect for very early readers. When Henry wakes up, there is snow on the ground and more falling. He thinks it’s the perfect day to build a snowman, but his family decides to head skating instead. On their way to the rink, they see all sorts of vehicles, including a bus that is stuck on the ice. Luckily, there is a tow truck helping the bus get on its way. At the rink, they see a Zamboni and get to skate in the snow. When they get back home, it’s snowman building time!
Done in the style of Biggs, this book is not actually written or illustrated by him. It does capture the busy and bright style of the earlier books by Biggs that had lots of vehicles and movement. The illustrations here are filled with color and motion. The writing is simple enough for the earliest of readers.
Combine basic words with the popularity of cars and trucks and you have a winning early reader. Appropriate for ages 3-5.
Reviewed from copy received from HarperCollins.