Book: Timbo and a Fair Cop by Louise Bond-Frasercategories: Book, Mystery, Bedtime Story, Illustrated, Humour, Anthropomorphic, Adventure, Friendship, Family, Fantasy, Fiction, Children's Book
Louise Bond-Fraserabout this book: Think of the great crime-solvers in the British tradition: Miss. Marple, Sherlock Holmes and Father Brown. Now prepare to meet the next generation in this short (4,500 word) story. Our young hero, Timbo the mouse. wants to be a great detective when he grows up. Timbo lives with his family and friends in the small village of Buttoned-Bootsville. It seems all the world to its inhabitants, but it is, in fact, just a small part of the world at the bottom of a human family's garden.
In this story, Timbo celebrates his birthday. However all is not well in Buttoned-Bootsville and fate presents Timbo with an opportunity to test his detective skills when his family's heirloom grandfather clock is stolen. Together with his friends, Quentin and the Ugly Bug, Timbo helps apprehend the criminal and order and tranquility are restored to their happy community. Fully illustrated with watercolours, this makes great bedtime reading.
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