BIKERS are ANIMALS 3 - On the Road by Paul Jamiol is the third in a series of children's books that brings youngsters into a world of cartoon animals who love to ride their motorcycles and be with their friends.
In his first two books, the author introduced his cartoon animals on "cool" motorcycles to show children and their parents that those involved in motorcycling are intelligent and caring.
In his third book, using detailed and vibrant illustrations, Jamiol takes children even further into his cartoon world with a riding adventure that is fun and which has his menagerie of riding critters planning and working together to make their ride possible.
Their journey takes them from their homes and into the city, then they head out of the city and hit the open road for a ride to the mountains. Their destination is a cabin on a lake, courtesy of one of their riding buddies, for an overnight stay. As with an actual motorcycle ride, there will be different roads traveled and stops along the way. This adventure will expand a child's imagination with a unique vision of a group of critters doing what they love to do most - ride their motorcycles with their friends.
A child will feel that he or she is welcome to ride along with these critters, and will also learn that working together, respect and friendship are paramount with this cast of characters.
This is not just a book for kids in families with motorcycles. It's for young ones everywhere who gaze at a passing rider on a motorcycle and are curious about what this "thing" rolling past is all about.
Jamiol's characters run the gamut of the animal world as do their choices of motorcycles. They are young and old, and male and female. They like each other, respect each other, and have fun doing things together but are not afraid to do things on their own. Their independence stands out even in a large group.
With Bikers are Animals 3 - On the Road, the message is clear... doing things together with friends, respecting who they are and not what they are, and riding down a road unafraid, are good things. For the child to get that message through a motorcycle ride that's totally fun, reinforces this message.
The author encourages parents to join their kids on this ride and meet the characters. This is a reading adventure parents and children can share together, over and over again.