Big Brother Has Wheels

Review by Jamie Stanley

Big Brother is a farm kid fascinated by wheels. It starts when he is a small boy playing with his trucks and tractors, and progresses through trikes, bikes, tractors and cars. His world enlarges as his wheels enlarge and take him to new places and through new stages. When Big Brother becomes a grandfather he finds a new set of wheels. Can you guess what they are? This book is a delight and hits all the marks. A gently repeating story pattern that young children will quickly learn and relate to with bold graphics and bright colors and just the amount of detail that catch the eye. A great book to share with early readers.

Review courtesy of Northfield Public Library
210 Washington St. | Northfield | guides.mynpl.org

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