A story based on a, once real, Playbus.
The Playbus was a much loved haven for children to come along and play.
This is the fourth book about the Playbus and begins with a red London, double-decker bus which is being updated by newer shinier buses.
A picture book for children aged 5 - 8
With a theme of recycling the story has a message that not everything old should be thrown away.
Any child who enjoys stories about transport will love this and of course will want to find a playbus to play on.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.11(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 8 Years|
About the Author
The books have all received 5-star awards from 'Readers Favourite'.
She was initially involved in a playbus charity and left full time teaching to write the photographic history book about the playbus itself.
This led to many questions from the children that she met asking what the playbus did and how was it different to any other ordinary bus. This led to telling stories and eventually the fictional tale was written. JJK261 was the real bus and gave the bus the name Jay-Jay.
Sue has written three other adventures for Jay-Jay as well as A Spooky Tale for younger readers.
Sue has visited many schools, both as a cover teacher and as an author. Including schools in Spain.
The children love knowing where the inspiration for the stories come from and are fascinated to hear that the bus was in fact real. With both a factual and fictional background to her writing she is able to share her enthusiasm and has many more stories to follow.
Each of her books have a factual link as well as a bus in them somewhere.
A Patron of Reading and a member of the Alliance of Independent Authors.
Table of Contents
This is a children's picture book telling the story of a bus, which was being replaced by newer model buses.
The old bus might be thrown out, sent to a museum or even a scrap yard but luckily it is recycled and used as a Playbus.
The story is based on a, once real, Playbus and the book contains some original photographs as well as links to its past life.