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Mommy, I Need My Wheels is a children's picture book about learning to ride a bike like a big kid. Eddy wants to ride his bike, but the training wheels are gone! Daddy took them off so Eddy could learn to ride without them, but Eddy is used to riding with the training wheels, and he is upset. Who knew riding a bike could be so hard? When Eddy crashes his bike and falls off, he is ready to give up. Will Eddy ever ride his bike without the training wheels? Find out if riding the bike does get easier! Jeanne Fortune's book, Mommy, I Need My Wheels, teaches kids: · The importance of practice when…mehr

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Mommy, I Need My Wheels is a children's picture book about learning to ride a bike like a big kid. Eddy wants to ride his bike, but the training wheels are gone! Daddy took them off so Eddy could learn to ride without them, but Eddy is used to riding with the training wheels, and he is upset. Who knew riding a bike could be so hard? When Eddy crashes his bike and falls off, he is ready to give up. Will Eddy ever ride his bike without the training wheels? Find out if riding the bike does get easier! Jeanne Fortune's book, Mommy, I Need My Wheels, teaches kids: · The importance of practice when learning new skills. · How to be patient, and not give up when things get hard. · How to recover from a mistake and learn new lessons. If your child enjoyed reading Franklin Rides a Bike by Paulette Bourgeois or Dick on a Bike by David Shannon, then Mommy, I Need My Wheels is the perfect book for him or her.
Autorenporträt
Jeanne Fortune is the founder of Learn Haitian Creole / Aprann Kreyòl Ayisyen, a website that provides texts, games, and videos for those interested in learning Haitian Creole. Jeanne has over 15 years of experience in accounting, working with Fortune 500 companies and government agencies. She was born and raised in Haiti. She enjoys reading, cooking, and traveling. She lives in the United States with her family.