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Bicycling Rules of the Road:
The Adventures of Devin Van Dyke
Kelly Pulley
• A humorous lesson in bicycle safety for children ages 4–8
• Brightly colored illustrations and lyrical text make bicycle safety fun
• Devin Van Dyke learns the hard way about the rules of the road
This humorous and action-packed adventure story is a fun way for kids to learn basic bicycling safety rules.
Ride along with Devin Van Dyke and find out what happens as he tries to follow his mother’s list of safety
rules while meeting up with friends along the way. Chaos reigns when Devin forgets to follow rules such
as one person per bike, wear a helmet, obey traffic signs, and use his eyes and ears to stay alert. Featuring
lyrical text and brightly colored, full-page illustrations, this is a book parents and kids will not grow tired of
reading out loud, night after night.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 17 color images • 32 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5328-4 • hard cover • $16.99
AVAILABLE IN November
other books you may enjoy!
The Honey Boat,
978-0-7643-3121-3, $14.99
• Do Not Open the Box,
978-0-7643-5043-6, $16.99
• Dexter the Very Good Goat,
978-0-7643-5051-1, $14.99
early praise
“As cyclists it is our duty to ride as safely as possible and to obey the rules of the road. I never leave
home without my helmet and I obey all traffic laws, because I know that my life is at stake. Kelly Pulley
does a great job of capturing the essence of bicycle riding and the importance of being safe on the road.”
– Guy East, professional track cyclist and founder of Hope Sports
The CyclingWangdoos
Kelly Pulley
• The wacky Cycling Wangdoos learn a hard lesson on the importance of working together
• Delightful illustrations bring to life the thrills-and-spills tale of an unlikely Tibetan cycling team
• Something insidious happens when the smallest Wangdoo sits down on the job
The Cycling Wangdoos is an imaginative, fun-to-read rhyming tale of a Tibetan racing team who ride on a
six-seater bicycle with a wacky yak on back. They have a long record of winning races by working together,
until the smallest Wangdoo begins to think he’s pulling more than his fair share of the weight. Find out
what happens when his discontentment quickly spreads though the team and the Wangdoos’ race takes a
dangerous turn. When the race is over, the riders are left with a hard-learned lesson—that teams work best
when everyone does their part. Laugh-out-loud illustrations bring this delightful story to life. Ages 0-6.
Kelly Pulley
works from his Tennessee home writing and illustrating children’s picture books. Some of
his titles are:
Bicycling Rules of the Road
,
Good News of Great Joy
,
Food for a Fish
,
The Biggest and Toughest
,
David for Lunch
, and
Treasury of Bible Stories
.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 21 color images • 32 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5406-9 • hard cover • $16.99
AVAILABLE IN October
other books you may enjoy!
Change the World Before Bedtime,
978-0-7643-4238-7,
$16.99
• Mabel and the Queen of Dreams,
978-0-7643-5137-2,
$16.99
• Am I Big Enough?: A Fun Little Book on Manners,
978-0-7643-5053-5, $16.99
early praise
“It’s been fun to read Cycling Wangdoos to my son and I hope that all junior cyclists can enjoy the book
as much as we do. It’s a great family book about enjoying the best sport in the world.
– Kristin Armstrong, professional cyclist and 3-time Olympic gold medalist
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