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The Arrival of Tavish the Tractor by Anne K. Stewart - Book Tour & Review

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The Arrival of Tavish the Tractor
by Anne K. Stewart

Cover Image 
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!

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 

My Review
Tavish the Tractor is a wonderful children's story about learning not to judge a book by its cover, 
if you will. 
The story starts with a new worker at the tractor factory making a mistake. He paints one tractor 
purple when all the others happen to be blue or red. Because of this, no one seems to want 
a purple tractor. Until one day...
Tavish is "adopted" and taken home, and he proves that just because he looked different 
from all of the other tractors, it didn't make him any less of a tractor. He worked hard and did
everything the other tractors could do. He was just as good as they were.
I really liked this story. The illustrations were colorful, the message was great, and the story itself
was really cute. My son is recently obsessed with farm equipment, so this book appealed to him.
If you're a parent, or you have a young reader, I would definitely recommend Tavish the Tractor.
It teaches kids not to judge someone (or something) by the way they look; rather, they should look
beneath the outer exterior to discover the true nature of the person (or thing) inside.
5 stars from me!
 Author Information 

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.

Tour Schedule 
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 Monday 24th June

Tuesday 25th June

Wednesday 26th June

Thursday 27th June

Friday 28th June

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