Theodor Seuss Geisel Award Winner James Yang hops on a speeding sled with this hilarious and helpful easy-to-read picture book, perfect for beginning readers!
Go, sled, go! What could be more exciting than a thrilling sled ride? Maybe when a few unexpected creatures join the adventure? Before long, there's a bunny, a moose, a snowman, and even a baker with cakes on the sled, and more surprises are headed their way. Repetitive words and large type make this a perfect book for beginning readers. And the laughs and surprises keep coming until the very satisfying end.
About the Author
James Yang's prize-winning work has appeared in many magazines and newspapers, including Graphis, Newsweek, Forbes, Fortune, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal. He is the author/illustrator of A Boy Named Isamu, Stop! Bot!, Bus! Stop!, Joey and Jet, Joey and Jet in Space, and Puzzlehead. The designer of "Clockman," a sculpture on display at the National Museum of American History, Mr. Yang and his wife live in New York City.
★ "Geisel Award-winning Yang creates another enticing work for the very smallest book lover. A worthy addition to any preschool or early childhood-library; highly recommended for children and a great fun to read aloud." –School Library Journal, starred review
"Conversational interplay between an unseen narrator and the character's speech bubbles, plus the centrality of little-kid-friendly interjections ("No!" and "Stop!" and "Go!"), make this a zippy storytime selection—just be prepared fore requests for steaming cups of cocoa." –BCCB
"Yang's tale is an earnest, pleasant romp." –Kirkus Reviews
“’The child asks, ‘Shall we go again?’ The passengers shout ‘NO,’ but young readers will shout ‘YES!’” –The Horn Book
“’The child asks, ‘Shall we go again?’ The passengers shout ‘NO,’ but young readers will shout ‘YES!’”