Hugo's Motorcycle Rescue by Lorette Broekstra


Hugo's Motorcycle Rescue by Lorette Broekstra

'Ride on, Rocket,' says Hugo to his motorcycle and together they roar down the avenue. Hugo waves to his friends and rides to Magic Mountain, where he can see all over the countryside. Then there is a rumble and the ground shakes. Rocks tumble down to the bridge, right where Hugo's friends are walking. Hugo must race to save them! Hooray for Hugo. When you have read the story, you can follow Hugo's journey on the map.


'Very young children will love this simple picture story book.'Ballarat Courier, 21/06/07'...spiced with lots of action words, encouraging the adult reader to use lots of zing and emphasis.'Waikato Times, 11/8/07'...bright pictures, a bit of adventure and a map of Hugo's journey...will keep little ones entertained.'Bendigo Advertiser, 14/4/07'Full of action and fun, Hugo makes for a good old-fashioned hero.'Junior, 1/7/07'The simple story combined with colourful pictures will delight young children!'Playgroup SA, Term 3, 2007'

About the Author

Lorette Broekstra is the author/ illustrator of the successful Baby Bear series of picture books published by Lothian, which have sold in excess of 190,000 copies around the world.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 2 To 5


Lorette Broekstra
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Publication date

1st April 2007



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