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The Adventures of Treacle: The First Day Out-bookcover

By: Taylor Richards

The Adventures of Treacle: The First Day Out

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The Adventures of Treacle: The First Day Out is an enchanting rhyming story that captivates both young independent readers and those who love a good bedtime tale. Join the mischievous little rabbit, Treacle, on his unexpected adventure as he finds himself outside his hutch and exploring the world beyond the fence.

As Treacle encounters various new friends, young readers are invited to discover the outside world alongside him, experiencing the thrill and excitement of new adventures. Beautiful illustrations bring the story to life, encouraging children to guess who Treacle might meet next on his journey.

This story is not just about exploration; it’s a tale of laughter, friendship, and the joys of playtime. As Treacle ventures further from the safety of his home, he learns valuable lessons about companionship and fun. The suspense builds as the day draws to a close, leaving readers wondering: will Treacle return to his hutch, or will his newfound friendships persuade him to stay?

While not explicitly mentioned in the narrative, there’s an additional delightful challenge for young readers: can they spot the items that the hare drops during their adventure? The Adventures of Treacle: The First Day Out is a delightful read that combines fun, friendship, and a hint of mystery, sure to be treasured by children and adults alike.

Julie and Rebekah are not only mother and daughter but consider themselves to be best friends. Rebekah is the sensible one who tries to restrain her mother’s creative wanderings but with very little success. Both writers have been to university, one studying law and the other psychology to post-graduate level, but this does not play a part in their writing genre. Instead, this brings out the quirkier side of their nature. Both reside within the Lincolnshire area and are individually involved in their own writing projects as well as this collaboration. Rebekah normally prefers to write murder mystery and investigation style short stories, whilst Julie cannot control her quirky nature and feels the need to write comedy poems.

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