The Little Red Airplane

The Little Red Airplane

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Average: 5 (7 votes)
£4.89
ISBN:
9781786933423
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On a picnic at the beach Elly finds a little toy airplane. It is sad and broken and needing a home, but not for long. Soon the little plane is fixed up, painted, and named Red to match his shiny new paint. Red loves living with Elly and her family, and meeting the animals who live with them, but when Mother Hen's chick goes missing what can he do to help his new family?  
May-Warren

Heather
May-Warren

A late bloomer in the literary world, Heather is currently in her final year of a Bachelor of Social Work degree in a leading South Australian university. Married, Heather is a proud mother and step mum to five children and five granddaughters.

Reviews

by
Rachel Bustin
5
There are many colourful illustrations throughout the book. Most of the pages contains text on one side and then a full-page of illustrations. The text is broken up with full on bright bold large words which makes the reading lots more fun. Heading onto the story. It's a delightful read. One of those happy make you feel good stories of The Little Red Plane helping out in times of need. He loves his new family after he was found at the beach by Ellie and wants to join in. The point of the story is that just because The Little Red Airplane was broken there was no need to throw him or any old toys away. They can be fixed as new again. Plus how he helped out Mother Hen and her chick gave Ellie inspiration for what she wants to do when she's older. Helping people on the flying doctors plane in the bush.
by
Vicky and Tony H
5
This is a delightful story, is very well written, and with excellent colourful illustrations. It would suit a toddler, being shown and enjoying the story through pictures, through to a child reading the story for themselves. It is a heart warming adventure of how a broken toy is rescued and he becomes a rescuer himself. We are very pleased to recommend the story of The Little Red Airplane and his friends.
by
Laura Sarjeant
5
I was kindly sent this book by Austin Macauley Publishers in return of an honest review. I read this book to my 2 year old daughter, she enjoyed pointing to the different animals and following the path of the little red plane on every page, however I feel this book would suit an older child better (age 5+). It's written very well and is beautifully illustrated. The story teaches children that just because a toy is broken it doesn't mean you have to throw it away. I initially thought that because the story was based on a farm a little red tractor would have been more appropriate but when you read the story you soon realise that Heather May-Warren made the right choice, a little red plane was the perfect choice. I would recommend that every child should be read this book, it will definitely be enjoyed by all.

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