Children’s Fiction | The Arrival of Tavish the Tractor | Anne K Stewart

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We’re delighted to be on tour today sharing Laura’s thoughts on the delightful debut children’s picture book, The Arrival of Tavish the Tractor by Anne K Stewart.

Book cover for The Arrival of Tavish the Tractor by Anne K Stewart

Meet Tavish the Tractor, he’s a bit different from the other tractors, but that doesn’t mean he can’t be a busy tractor! Let him show you how!

The Arrival of Tavish the Tractor by Anne K Stewart is published by Clink Street Publishing and is available to purchase in digital and paperback formats.

Just look at these gorgeous illustrations!

Text and images (an extract) from The Arrival of Tavish the Tractor by Anne K Stewart

Do you remember in childhood the fun of mixing primary colours together to see what happened? (or is that just me!).


I was excited to read this children’s picture book as my nearly two-year-old is fascinated by vehicles, especially tractors.

I shared this book with my son and he enjoyed calling out tractor on every page. The illustrations are wonderful and our favourite pages include any of Tavish working on the farm.

Tavish is a lovely story about how a tractor accidentally painted purple, and not the standard red or blue, is bought by a family who realise he is still a great tractor. There is a wonderful message of being different does not matter and that being yourself is more important than appearance.

My son loved this book, the illustrations are engaging and it shares a great message.

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Author photo Anne K Stewart

Anne K Stewart is a retired teacher, who specialised in the Pre-school sector.  She is delighted to have been able to write something for her two young grandsons.

Anne K Stewart currently lives in Aberdeen, Scotland.

I've been blogging about my interests at Jera's Jamboree for 9+ years. My love of reading, crocheting, being out in nature and positive psychology are all things that help me unwind from my role as an Inclusion Lead in a primary school.

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