Tubby the Forgotten Tugboat

Tubby the Forgotten Tugboat

by Michael Wenberg
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Tubby the Forgotten Tugboat by Michael Wenberg

Over the years, Tubby the Tugboat has gotten used to spending his days forgotten in Backwater Bay. But that's changing. One way or another, Tubby is about to become useful once again-and that's why he and his friends are worried. Is Tubby on his way to the scrap yard? Or is there still a place in the world for an undersized tugboat like Tubby? Read the story and find out!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011282225
Publisher: Michael Wenberg
Publication date: 04/21/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 645,016
File size: 79 KB

About the Author

MICHAEL WENBERG is the author of the ebook, "The Last Eagle," a World War II adventure story, as well as ten ebooks for children, "Henri the Clown," "Stinky Dog," "The Tiger Wind," "The Boy Who Hated Flowers," "Captain Lewis's Dog," "Dognapped," "Oops," "Melba's Slide Trombone," "Tubby the Forgotten Tugboat", two young adult novels, "Stringz" (2010, Westside Books) and "Seattle Blues" (2009, Westside Books), and the picture book, "Elizabeth's Song" (2002, Beyond Words Publishing). "Stringz" and "Seattle Blues" are Flamingnet Top Choice Award winners. "Stringz" was selected to the Pennsylvania School Librarian's Top 40 List for 2010. "Seattle Blues" was picked a best book of the year by the Bank Street School of Education in 2009. A highly regarded speaker in schools, Wenberg uses his trombone-playing to introduce children to his stories, reading, writing, and music. Wenberg lives with his wife, Sandy, an architectural color consultant, and his teenage son, Lucas, just up the road from the Point No Point Lighthouse on Washington state's Puget Sound. Wenberg has attended Seattle Pacific University and Eastern Washington University and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Gonzaga University. When he’s not writing, spending time with his family, or playing his trombone, you can find him backpacking, mountain biking, or snow skiing, depending on the season.

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Tubby the Forgotten Tugboat 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
Grandma-Whitehair More than 1 year ago
Michael Wenberg needs to learn the language of children. "Okey dokey" is probably not in the vocabulary of most kids today. The story idea is good, but somewhat difficult for young children to follow.The author shows promise and should continue writing. The description of Tubby on page 7 is good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book.
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Bring back the old fun words. My grandkids love learning. Great story.
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Cute.was good to read to my little brother.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awsome book
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I love the book no mattervwhat otherss say
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think this book is a cute little book and you guys are being too critical I mean it's a free children's book how much better can it get why do you think it is free my sister who is six loved it and bringing a smile to a little kid's face is all that matters and you people with bad comments obviosly do nor know what reading to a kid and bringin joy o their life mp
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not great not double great but double exellent¿¿¿¿¿¿¿€¿^___¿\¿¿¿!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) ;)!!!!!!!!
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Ciaira Richey More than 1 year ago
Notice on da cover it said somedin difderent den wats writen in da name