Troubador Mechan-Iggle

Released: 28/09/2021

ISBN: 9781800464971

Format: Paperback

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Meet Mechan-Iggle! Mechan-Iggle has always loved tools, even as a child. He used to pick them up and tell his dad what they were called, learning about what each one did from electrician's tools through eight other types!

When he got older, his dad showed him how tools could help bring cars back to life. Mechan-Iggle visited car shows, motor museums, and he learned all about different vehicles from lorries to classic cars. He learned and he learned until there was very little he didn't know.

But it can get very lonely working on your own so when his dad asks him if he wants to join his team of mechanics, Mechan-Iggle knows that it's far better to be part of a team and to share what you know to help others. That's what puts a smile on his face at the end of the day!

Mechan-Iggle is a team man - how about you?

A charming addition to the Iggles books, this is the third book and suitable for children aged 3 years and over. The series consists of short stories that use repetition to explore language and speech. Each book contains colourful illustrations that will captivate young readers attention. This is the third book in a planned ten book series.

The start of a series of 10 fun Iggle characters with a further 25 planned

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John Benneyworth

Born mid WW2 John Benneyworth inherited a sense of fun and he considers himself fortunate to have lived through a remarkable period of history. Encouraged to seek knowledge he was introduced to books and children's characters of the era.

Educated at Woking Grammar School, in England, by eager young schoolmasters pleased to be home from the war, he qualified as a chartered accountant opening horizons to a career embracing leisure, films, music, the motor trade, the manufacture of hovercraft and container ships, and the ever changing print industry.

Travel in the UK, Europe and the USA expanded his experiences.

Throughout his career and travel his home has been in Woking, Surrey and Yateley, Hampshire in England.

Married for over 50 years he and his wife have two children and four grandchildren who have been encouraged to explore vocabulary through books and the appreciation of language.

Now in semi-retirement varied experience enables him to write fun books for children exploring their first steps in life and education helped by fictitious characters called 'Iggles'.


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