Jumble and the Lost Toys

Book 1 in the Postal-Bear Series

Book Cover: Jumble and the Lost Toys
Part of the Postal Bear series:
Editions:Paperback: $ 12.99
ISBN: 1718066856
Size: 8.50 x 8.50 in
Pages: 52
Kindle: $ 3.99
ISBN: B07RDDMVW9
Pages: 54

When Jumble wakes up, he finds himself in a strange house being looked after by a little old lady. She tells him that he had been found in the park and that the bump on his head had made him lose his memory.

After he is fed and washed, he is introduced to other lost toys. That's where Jumble's adventures really begin...

Jumble and the Lost Toys is the tale of a little lost bear looking for his way back home to his owner. The first of the 'Postal Bear Series', Jumble and the Lost Toys is a fully illustrated story written in seven chapters.

Perfect for a full week of bedtime reading, yet challenging enough for older children to read themselves.

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I opened my eyes, blinked a couple of times and looked up at an old, lined face and into a pair of pale, grey and smiling eyes.

I never actually learned the old lady’s name, but she gently whispered to me to lie still whilst she checked to see if I was hurt.

She explained that she had found me an hour ago in the park, that I had probably been dropped by a little girl or boy and that she had brought me home because the nights were so cold.

Later that evening, I was washed in the kitchen sink with an old toothbrush (I didn’t like that), and fed hot soup and crusty bread at the large wooden table (that was much better). The soup tasted a little strange, but I was so hungry that I did not care. I drank it all up in no time at all and looked around for some more.

Reviews:Amanda Aggie on Amazon wrote:

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Adorable!
I read this book to my son and he absolutely adored it! I like it because it has substance and has more of a story than a couple of words or a single line of text. Instead, it's a real story that I feel a lot of younger kids that are in the in-between stages would love! My son is 5 years old. Since reading it to him he has asked for me to read it again 5 times. I would say it's going to be our new favorite!

Victoria J Kimber on Amazon wrote:

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Absolutely fab!
Absolutely fantastic! Children and big kids like me will love this tale of Jumble's adventures. Kept me gripped from start to finish!!
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