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It’s time to get busy with machines that race, vroom and zoom! This vibrant series is designed to excite playful pre-schoolers. Each Busy Wheels book offers a colourful vehicle adventure, sounds to mimic and an exciting job to get done! Each story features a popular vehicle as the central character, and involves a group of animal characters in a supporting role. A detailed spread on different parts of the vehicle will help children to understand what makes up the machines and will help familiarise them with vehicle vocabulary and noises.
Peter Bently is married with two children, and lives in Totnes, Devon. He studied languages at Oxford University. He has been penning children books since the birth of his first child, and has written over 40 titles, one of which led to him being awarded the Roald Dahl Funny Prize 2011. Martha Lightfoot’s first illustrations were inspired by a job designing children's fancy dress costumes. Her quirky, humorous illustrations bring her characters to life in an engaging way.