Troubador Tadcaster and the Bullies

Released: 28/01/2019

ISBN: 9781789016321

eISBN: 9781789012439

Format: Paperback/eBook

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Tadcaster and the Bullies

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When Tim and Mary befriend a small dog at the playground, they are delighted as he surprises them with a very friendly smile. The children become the victims of two mean bullies, but a mysterious voice saves them. Where did it come from?


Later, when flying their kites, the siblings are once again interrupted by the bullies. Tim lets go of his kite and it begins to fly away, until the small dog catches it and then astonishes the youngsters by speaking. The children promise to keep his secret so that their new canine companion is not taken away.

After another incident with the bullies, the children find the little dog wounded and take him to the vet. The vet examines him, including his unique vocal cords, and bandages him up. Recovering and taken home by the children, the dog relates his extraordinary story and tells the children that his name is Tadcaster.

Will Tadcaster be able to stop the bullies once and for all?

Tadcaster And The Bullies by Richard Rutherford is the most delightful children’s book, suitable for ages eight to adult.
Any book that has a dog in it, is sure to get my vote. Beautifully illustrated, I got to see Tadcaster, a wonderful Yorkshire Terrier. I read it on my kindle, I imagine that a paperback is even better.
Tadcaster is definitely the hero of the story in my eyes. He is a small dog with a big personality.
The novel shows how we can help others. It has the theme of combatting the bullies and the motto of ‘one good turn deserves another.’
I thought Tadcaster And The Bullies was positively charming. I wish I had a Tadcaster in my life.
A wonderful read with a strong moral lesson.
I received this book for free. A favourable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.

by Julia Wilson


Tadcaster And The Bullies by Richard Rutherford is the most delightful children’s book, suitable for ages eight to adult.

Any book that has a dog in it, is sure to get my vote. Beautifully illustrated, I got to see Tadcaster, a wonderful Yorkshire Terrier. I read it on my kindle, I imagine that a paperback is even better.

Tadcaster is definitely the hero of the story in my eyes. He is a small dog with a big personality.
The novel shows how we can help others. It has the theme of combatting the bullies and the motto of ‘one good turn deserves another.’

I thought Tadcaster And The Bullies was positively charming. I wish I had a Tadcaster in my life.
A wonderful read with a strong moral lesson.

by Julia Wilson


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