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Tommy Twigtree and the Carrot Crunchers by Michael Firman - Book Tour & Review

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Tommy Twigtree and the Carrot Crunchers
by Michael Firman

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Tommy Twigtree and his friends enjoy peace and harmony in their garden.
That is until Robbie Rabbit and his Bandits decide that carrots are on the menu!

Tommy Twigtree And The Carrot Crunchers is the first book for children by Michael Firman.

Illustrations are by Nick Roberts.

Information about the Book
Title: Tommy Twigtree and the Carrot Crunchers
Author: Michael Firman
Release Date: 14th August 2018
Genre: Picture Book
Publisher: Clink Street Publishing
Format: Paperback

My Review
Tommy Twigtree and the Carrot Crunchers is a cute story about a vegetable patch that is protected from pesky pests by a large tree named Tommy Twigtree. He helps keep the carrots (and their friends) safe from those bad ol' bunny bandits. 
I like that the story teaches kids about friendship and helping one another. The illustrations are cute and colorful, and my three year old son enjoyed reading it with me. 
I give the story 4 stars!

Author Information

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Michael lives in rural Sussex with his wife. His story telling started when his eldest grandchild was old enough to appreciate a bedtime tale. Rather than read to her he began to craft stories about the trees, plants and animals that live in his garden. As time passed and a second grandchild also enjoyed these tales of adventure and daring, the stories began to create a whole world that lived and went about its business right in his garden.

His grand kids, Poppy and Rudi continue to enjoy further developments in the lives of the characters that populate these stories and Tommy Twigtree and The Carrot Crunchers is the first in a series charming garden tales.

Tour Schedule

Monday 13th August

Tuesday 14th August

Wednesday 15th August

Thursday 16th August

Friday 17th August

Saturday 18th August

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