Policeman Pete and the Clever Squirrel A Barbara Ann Book #Blog Tour @policemanpete @AuthorightUKPR

Firstly I just want to say thank you to Rachel Gilbey of Authoright,  for inviting me to be part of this lovely blog tour for The Policeman Pete Books, in the Barbara Ann Book series. This is my fourth book review in the series but I keep up with the books on the tour every day. You will find my reviews every Wednesday and Sunday, while the tour runs. Enjoy!

A delightful set of children’s stories following the fictional character Policeman Pete in his daily activities. All the books within the series are based on true occurrences that have taken place in Saddleworth, a civil parish made up of 7 villages nestled within the foothills of the Pennines in North West England

 

Paperback: 32 pages
Publisher: Creative Locations Ltd; 1st edition (20 Sept. 2014)
ISBN-10: 191035113X
ISBN-13: 978-191035113

Product Dimensions: 18 x 4.5 x 17 cm

 

BOOK DESCRIPTION

My father, who is now 80 years of age has always made various contraptions over the years. This story is about a squirrel feeding table that he had put together that was actually crow and magpie-proof.,

Amazon UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Policeman-Pete-Clever-Squirrel-Books-x/dp/191035113X/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&qid=1496267287&sr=8-13&keywords=policeman+pete

 

HERE ARE MY THOUGHTS AND REVIEW

Well I am enjoying these little books just as much as my grandson. Policeman Pete calls on Farmer Bill and his two Children Sarah and Adam where they show him a feeding table their cousin has put up. This one isn’t for the birds but for a Squirrel.

This was a lovely book that encourages children to enjoy nature around them in safety. These stories open up so many topics to talk about, from why the squirrel stores the nuts in his mouth, to how he does it. My grandson was soon retelling the story through the lovely colourful pictures.

I even told him of when I lived on a farm and the squirrels would come along and unhook the bags of nuts I put out and run away across the field with them all in one go!

This is a delightful series.

I wish to thank Rachel Gilbey and Authoright for the AVC of this book which I have chosen to review

 

Today’s Home Safety Tip

4   Policeman Pete says that it is always good to tidy away your toys. This is so that no-one will fall over them and hurt themselves, especially near the stairs as that would be a nasty fall.

For Policeman Pete’s home safety tip from yesterday please visit Whispering Stories http://whisperingstories.com and for home safety tip 3, check out Little Ray of Sunshine http://xxlittlerayofsunshinexx.blogspot.co.uk/

while tomorrow, tip 5 will be found at Ali – The Dragon Slayer http://cancersuckscouk.ipage.com/
xt tip and also Bookalicious Travel Addict – https://bookalicious-traveladdict.blogspot.co.uk/

 

HERE IS A LITTLE ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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Brought up and schooled in Oldham, Greater Manchester, at the age of 17, Barbara decided on a nursing career. Later, she set up her own day nursery which she ran for a few years before supporting her husband in his busy profession. Fast forward to 2013, Barbara started writing and illustrating the Policeman Pete series. She currently lives at Brimmycroft Farm, in the small Saddleworth village of Denshaw, Oldham with her husband, horses, geese, ducks and cats. She is an active participant in charities involving law enforcement including the Blue Lamp Foundation. She has previously appeared on BBC Radio Manchester and been featured in the Oldham Advertiser and the Manchester Evening News.
Twitter – https://twitter.com/policemanpete
Website – http://policemanpetebooks.co.uk/


DO KEEP FOLLOWING THIS SUPER EXCITING TOUR FOR MORE OF POLICEMAN PETE’S ADVENTURES OVER THE NEXT FEW WEEKS

 

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The Policeman Pete books are ideal for children aged between 3 – 6 and are perfect gifts when bought as a set.

 

 

 

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