My Daddy Makes the Best Motorcycle in the Whole Wide World tells the story of the first Harley-Davidson motorcycles through the eyes of 8-year-old Jeannie, the granddaughter of Walter Davidson, one of the founders of Harley-Davidson. Bright, colorful illustrations by Theresa Hammerquist add fun and zest to the words of young Jeannie. Children will delight in the playful text and illustrations while learning how early Harley-Davidson motorcycles were built and enjoyed.
30 page hardcover book. For children ages 3-7.
By: Jean Davidson
Colorful Illustrations by: Theresa Hammerquist
11.75 x 9 in.
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Jean Davidson, also known as Jeannie, tells the story of the first Harley-Davidson motorcycles as a blue-eyed, blond-hair 8-year-old tomboy. Have fun with Jean as she rides behind her father or with her family on early versions of the Harley-Davidson. Jeannie's adventures include riding the assembly line, going to the races with her daddy and watching motorcycles in the fourth of July parade.