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Information about the Book
Title: The Adventures of Tavish the Tractor
Author: Anne K. Stewart
Release Date: 27th June 2019
Genre: Picture Book
Page Count: 26
Publisher: Clink Street Publishing
Meet Tavish the Tractor, he’s a bit different from the other tractors, but that doesn’t mean he can’t be a busy tractor! Let him show you how!
This is a lovely story for children, appropriately and colourfully illustrated and with a very special message. Tavish is different to all the other tractors. Instead of being blue or red, he’s purple! Being different means some reject him but he goes on to prove he’s still a capable, busy tractor.
This is a lovely way to share that it is ok to be different in a way that will appeal to children. The story is easy for them to relate to and Tavish is a great character. The book is a fun read and will be enjoyable in its own right but teachers and parents could also use this story to help children understand that just because someone/thing looks different doesn’t mean they aren’t still capable with dreams of their own. Definitely a fun read for young children.
I requested and was gifted a copy of this book and this is my honest review after choosing to read it.
Anne K Stewart is a retired teacher, who specialised in the Pre-school sector. She is delighted to have been able to write something for her two young grandsons. “The Arrival of Tavish the Tractor” is her first book. Stewart currently lives in Aberdeen, Scotland.
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Many thanks to Faye Rogers for providing content for this post and organising the tour it is part of. The review is my honest opinion after choosing to read a copy of this book.