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By: Ruby Molly Hawkins

The New Arrivals

Pages: 32 Ratings: 5.0
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The New Arrivals is the first story of the Adventures in the Vegetable Garden series.In these stories, as each season changes, different fruits and vegetables are planted and grown in the garden, where they come to life and have fun with each other.In this story, you will meet Suzy Strawberry, Olly onion and many others. You will get to know how the different characters work together to overcome their fears and uncertainties of others.Who will be your favourite character in the story?

Ruby Molly Hawkins is the author of Let’s Play Hide and Seek. Ruby is concentrating on a series of children’s stories and these are based on the recollections of her childhood and feature the fictional “Hawkins family”: three brothers and a sister, aged between 3-8 years old who are brought up by their father single-handedly. A few years ago, Ruby relocated with her husband and two young sons to Jaen in southern Spain where she worked as an English Language teacher. She now writes full time at home, as well as caring for their ever-expanding family of animals.

Customer Reviews
5.0
13 reviews
13 reviews
  • Mike

    beautiful book, bright colours, great for young readers.. 5 star

  • Michaela

    Another great book. Suzy strawberry is my kids favourite character. All have a special place in the book. The meaning behind the stories is great for helping kids talk without" How's your did been". This author really knows how to connect with her readers.

  • Mandy

    I bought this book for my granddaughter who absolutely loved it. She has been asking when the next book will be available.

  • Sammi

    Absolutely wonderful children’s story. My daughter loves this story so much. Her favourite book every night before bed. 5 stars ⭐️

  • Sandy Mansfield

    I brought this to read to my grandson. It is not often these days that you can find a children’s book which helps a child to learn to be a caring person. This book does it in abundance as well as being educational and fun. My grandson runs in carrying the book every morning so we can enjoy reading it together. Wonderful!

  • Pinky Parker

    I was thrilled to listen to my grandson reading this. He is only 7 and struggles with reading. However, with help, he wanted to read it to the end. Later in the day I heard him listing fruit and vegetables and giving them other names - when he got to J he came up with jackfruit, which made me laugh! Educational as well as fun to read! Lovely book and recommended!

  • Caley Clark

    The book has beautiful pictures the kids found really funny. They connected with the cheekiness of the characters and related to them! My daughter took the book to school for show and tell and the kids really loved it too! Really lovely family book to enjoy - can’t wait for more to come!

  • Paul

    What a wonderful book. It is so well written and brings back the Innocence of childhood that has been sadly missing for so long. Can't wait for the next in the series! Thank you Ruby!!

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