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Fun, inspirational, #Children’sFiction – David’s Bin Day by Sue Wickstead –

What is it like to be a binman?

As a bin lorry clatters down the street one morning, a little boy is watching with interest.

Just like the binmen, David is wearing his brightly coloured bobble hat, and he is ready to tidy things up.

But everything in his home begins to disappear!

And what happened to Daddy’s important letter?

“David’s playtime adventure stirs up a bit of trouble in this sweet book about playing pretend.” Sarah Flores, Write Down the Line.

My Review:

David watches the bin men coming down the street
And thinks their role is kind of neat.
When they’ve gone he decides to copy their role
And goes round the house on collecting patrol.

What a brilliant, colourful and inspiring book this proved to be
Where playtime adventures lead to family mystery!
With descriptive language and illustrations, too
This is a great children’s book to share and view.

Role play plays an important part for children who
Need different experiences and imagination, too.
The vocabulary used will also help to inspire
Choosing words for the effect that they desire.

A fun story, great read and funny, too
I highly recommend this young children’s book to you.
What a lovely, attractive book it proved to be
I hope you’ll take a look and agree!

For my complementary copy of this book, I say thank you,
I throughly enjoyed reading it and this is my honest review.


(Only e-copies available at the moment. Expected paperback release date is April, 2022)

2 comments on “Fun, inspirational, #Children’sFiction – David’s Bin Day by Sue Wickstead –

  1. Sue Wickstead
    December 19, 2021

    Aww. David’s review was simply great,
    It arrived on time and certainly not late.
    It’s a role play day that won’t fail,
    To make you smile as you read the tale.

    David was such a cheeky boy,
    Giggling along as he played with his toys.
    Mr Benn was his hero on TV
    It inspired his imagination as you can see.

    As if by magic he took on a part,
    Just like Mr Benn his adventure would start
    All it took was a bobble hat on his head,
    Then he took on a role and became someone else instead.

    So glad you enjoyed this book,
    Let’s hope others will take a look.
    April will open with a Bin Man Day
    Where will you be and what will you say?

    Liked by 1 person

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