Book Review: Ambulance, Ambulance!, by Sally Sutton and Brian Lovelock

cv_ambulance_ambulanceAvailable now in bookshops nationwide.

There’s been a crash, the ambulance is to the rescue. Sirens blaring, it reaches the site of the accident. A child has fallen off his bicycle.

‘Bleep, bleep, Emergency!
News just through:
Crash, crash, there’s been a crash.
Let’s go, crew!
Nee nar nee nar nee nar nee nar… ‘

I read this book to Quinn who at 2 ½ years of age is always falling off or over something – often her own two feet or off her bike. Fortunately, it’s never been anything major: nothing that a cuddle and a sticking plaster doesn’t solve. She loved this book and couldn’t get enough of the story, with me having to read it several times.

The illustrations are bright and colourful, and fit in very well with the accompanying text.

The author Sally Sutton and illustrator Brian Lovelock are the  award-winning creators of  bestsellers Roadworks, Demolition and Construction – all favourites.

Reviewed by Christine Frayling

Ambulance, Ambulance
by Sally Sutton and Brian Lovelock
Published by Walker Books
ISBN 9781925126303

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