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The Shoeshuffles-bookcover

By: Beverley Saunders

The Shoeshuffles

Pages: 68 Ratings: 4.8
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The Shoeshuffles were once old shoes discarded in a charity shop bin. They come to life because they are unbelievably… toe-curlingly… CHEESY! POOH! Alive & Kicking is about how they escape to the woods and build a town of their own. Welcome to Shoeville! Read about their adventures and laugh at the antics and mischief of the younger members causing Basil Boot to get very annoyed! In All Aboard, the Shoeshuffles have the time of their life on the canal, but not everything goes to plan. Read what happens when they lose control of their boats, get stuck in the mud and collide with other boats! And then there’s the curious mystery of the missing spoons!!! Basil Boot asked, “What next?” He’ll be sorry he asked.

For Beverley, writing has always been a passion. She has written history, craft and general interest articles for local, national, and international publications. Her long-held desire to write children’s stories became a reality once her husband, Peter, who worked for a shoe retailer at the time, came up with the idea of writing about shoes that come alive.

Welcome to the first books in the series, Alive & Kicking! (Book 1) All Aboard! (Book 2)

Customer Reviews
4 reviews
4 reviews
  • Carmella Dight

    'This book caught my eye and I bought 3 for my grandchildren and a neighbour. The feedback is it's different and they were all entertained by how the Shoeshuffles, who were once shoes, came alive and their adventures on narrow boats. They also enjoyed colouring in the outlines which my son hadn't seen before and thought was a nice touch.'

  • Sue Cobb

    I have just read The Shoeshuffles. Brilliant book for children. Something different which has many twists and turns. I feel it would make a great TV series for kids. I would recommend this to any parent with small children. T

  • Anne McGinty

    This is a charming little book, which would make a good TV series on children's telly.

  • Vicky Branch

    This was a lovely book given to my little one as a gift. Would recommend

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