Eric's Big Day A Bicycle Race Unlike Any Other by Rod Waters
  

Eric's Big Day A Bicycle Race Unlike Any Other

Written by Rod Waters
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Synopsis

Eric's Big Day A Bicycle Race Unlike Any Other by Rod Waters

It's a big day for Eric, the day of the bike race. His knapsack packed, Eric rides to Emily's for a picnic near the finish. But what's that splashing in the river? A very wet bike racer! Who's that sobbing by the street sign? A lost rider! Eric pauses to aid wayward bike racers with useful items from his knapsack, but will he be late to see the finish? The cheers of a crowd surprise Eric, but where oh where is Emily? Eric's Big Day is a colourful adventure on wheels for children aged 4-8. Full of fun and authentic cycling flavour, you and your children will enjoy this lighthearted tale of a boy who helps others and finds himself a winner, all while simply meeting a friend for a picnic. Beautifully illustrated with colour drawings.

Reviews

PubWest Book Design Contest Silver Award Winner: Children s/Young Adult Illustrated Eric's Big Day is an adorable story with charming illustrations that even adults can appreciate A beautifully illustrated, up-tempo adventure that teaches the value of helping others. Bicycling magazine A sweet and lovely little storybook by London-based writer and illustrator Rod Waters Perfect for bike-crazed kids and parents. Experience Life magazine A sweet story about helping strangers in need. School Library Journal First published in France, this winsome picture book has vitality, careful pacing, and an unexpected twist near the end. Children will enjoy watching the capable boy help inept adult cyclists with his can-do attitude and his trusty supplies, and they ll root for a happy ending for him and for Emily. Created by an English writer-illustrator-cyclist, the story holds together well, but the beautifully drawn, spare ink drawings, tinted with restrained watercolor washes, really make this picture book stand out. Booklist of the American Library Association A children s book you can buy at a bike shop? Yep. [A] beautifully illustrated, whimsical read for kids about a boy s adventure as he s drawn into a bike race. Triathlete magazine

About the Author

Rod Waters is a writer and illustrator based in London and has worked with The Folio Society, The Spectator, The Independent, Nelson Thornes, The N.H.S., The Tower of London, Virgin Atlantic, Clifton Nurseries, The Surveyor, and MJ Magazine. He holds a Guinness World Record for cycling between Paris and London in just over 14 hours in 1997.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
28 pages

Author

Rod Waters
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Publisher

VeloPress

Publication date

25th April 2014

ISBN

9781937715236


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