PUTTER AND THE RED CAR
A Cross-Country Family Adventure
Kate K. Lund
Ana Maria Vlicu
- Age Range: 6 - 8 years
- Grade Level: 1 - 2
- Paperback: 42 pages
- Publisher: Kate Lund (January 21, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0997151625
- ISBN-13: 978-0997151626
Putter and the Red Car is the story of one family’s cross country road trip narrated by a lively Airedale terrier. The book incorporates ideas related to family, change, geography and adventure with a backdrop of bright colorful illustrations. It is a perfect book for the emerging reader, young children just learning about the world around them and those who love dogs – particularly Airedales.
Dr. Kate Lund is a licensed clinical psychologist who writes and speaks on a variety of topics aimed at empowerment and development off one's true potential. Putter and the Red Car is the first in a series of books for young children linking a life long passion for Airedale terriers with such adaptation to change, building resilience and the power off possibility. Dr. Kat Lives in Washington State with her husband, two boys and lively Airedale.
This little story is of a family and their moving trip across country. What's so cute about it is that it is told from the family dog's view. This is a fun book, interesting and will keep the attention of the little ones. It's a life lesson in trying new things.Seeing new things. There are so cute and colorful pictures to accompany the story. It's about the Lund family and their dog, Putter who travel from Boston to Seattle. As the family travels they see sites they've never seen before. They did things they never did before. They had a ride on an elevator, saw historical landmarks, went inside a real TeePee and much more.
Everyone, young and old are hesitant to try new things, but this book helps the young one to grow and realize that it might be a little bit scary but the more things you try to more you learn and grow.Children and adults will like this story especially since it is told from the family dog's, Putter, point of view. The reader gets to visit many new places and learn about them. It might make an adult stop and reflect on the many trips they have taken.
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my unbiased review. No other compensation took place.
I would give this book 5 STARS.