By Paul Clark
Wombat Books, 2010
Reviewed by the children from Emerald Christian College.
What is the story about?
The story is about a Ute that complains about the farm and a robber takes him and does the wrong thing. (Lara, 7 years)
The Ute that got lost and his owner found the lost Ute (Chantelle, 7 years).
A Ute that got kidnapped and found again by his owner. They celebrated at the car wash and lived happily ever after (Katie, 7 years).
The story is about a lost Ute who got found and all the cars had a picnic to celebrate. They all had a good time (Danielle 7 years).
Why did you enjoy the story?
Because it tells that God doesn’t mind if we are dirty and smelly (Katie 7 years).
Because it is a bible story told by the cars (Savannah, 7 years).
Because it was interesting and it had good pictures (Lara, 7 years).
What was the best part of the story?
When they went to the car wash (Peter, 8 years).
When Lucy said sorry (Dani, 7 years).
When he came home and they celebrated (Jayna, 8 years).
When the Ute was doing burn outs and screeches (Michelle, 7 years).
This story is part of a great series of stories for children to read or have read to them. The children’s comments say it all.
They would be a perfect gift for Sunday School children for end of year break ups (Rev Russell Reynoldson).