I Did It! (I Like to Read Comics) (Hardcover)
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Theodor Seuss Geisel Award Winner!
Learning to ride a bike is hard. Can I do it? Yes, I can! A fun comic that kindergarteners and first graders can read on their own.
Can I do it?
I can’t do it.
I want to do it.
I did it!
Simple text that new readers can read by themselves, along with delightful pictures in a comic format, show a little creature trying and trying again as they learn to ride a bicycle. All their friends help with supportive words of encouragement. “You did it!” their friends exclaim.
Comics-lovers can now share the fun with their kids, students, siblings, and younger friends who are learning to read!
I Like to Read® Comics are perfect for kids who are challenged by or unengaged in reading, kids who love art, and the growing number of young comics fans. Filled with eye-catching art, humor, and terrific stories these comics provide unique reading experiences for growing minds. We hope that all new readers will say, “I like to read comics!”
An American Library Association Notable Children's Book
A Kirkus Reviews Best Book of the Year
About the Author
Michael Emberley has been writing and illustrating children's books since 1979. He is best known for illustrating Robie Harris's It's Perfectly Normal. He lives in Ireland.
★ "[An] unpanelled graphic story. . . . Pairing animated, thoughtful illustrations and simple text with a story focused on determination, this book is a perfect pick for new readers, both nervous and brave."—School Library Journal, Starred Review
★ "This title will be cherished by librarians, educators, and caregivers for its simple yet direct message but also by young readers, who will see themselves reflected in the main character. When it comes to excellent books, Emberley does it! Joyfully encouraging—just what uncertain little ones need as they make their first forays into independence."—Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review
"The all-dialogue text, with just a handful of words in total, is easy to read and will give new readers, too, the self-assurance finally enjoyed by our main character. Lively cartoony illustrations with plenty of white space provide humor and relatability."—The Horn Book