Patch the Porcupine and the Bike Shop Job
Krby Creations, 2004 (2004)
Reviewed by Hilary Williamson
atch the Porcupine has always '
loved to learn how things worked and how to fix them if they broke.
' He helps his animal friends by fixing their toys, games and bicycles. So, when he sees a
notice in the bike store, he naturally applies for the job and gets it.
hen Richard the Rabbit comes in with a flat tire. And when Patch tries to fix it, his quills keep popping it again. What will he do? Though he dreams of a marshmallow solution, it makes no sense when he awakes. But the construction gloves his friend gives him do help, and his boss is impressed by Patch's '
atch the Porcupine and the Bike Shop Job
is a nicely illustrated story with a good message about persisting through initial problems - it even includes instructions on how to fix a flat bike tire at the back.
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