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Sunday, 4 March 2018

Review: Look, There's a Tractor!

Esther Aart's front cover of the her new book, Look, There's a Tractor! caught my eye because I love stories about farms, especially ones with a dog, a chicken and a tractor in it.

This story is the perfect adventure for babies and toddlers. They will enjoy pushing their tiny pudgy fingers through the holes to discover what is hiding behind each one.

It is a delightful introduction to farm animals, including all the main ones: cows, pigs, horses, sheep, a dog and a chicken.

In-fact the missing chicken is responsible for this story's adventure. Little readers will want to help the tractor driving farmer find his missing chicken.

Look, There's a Tractor! is a bright and colourful, early look-and-find book, with rhyming text that will encourage little ones to talk to you about what they see. With your help, your beginning reader will also build on their number knowledge, 'Look, there are some broken eggs. Can you count all six?'

If you toddler enjoyed this story then take a look at other books in this series, Look, There's a Helicopter!

Title: Look, There's a Tractor!
Illustrator: Esther Aarts
Publisher: Nosy Crow, $12.99
Publication Date: 20 January 2018
Format: Board Book
ISBN: 9781788000857
For ages: 0 - 3
Type: Board Book

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