Written by Pat Hutchins
Suitable for: 0-5 years
Sponsored by: Underwood Trust
Available braille grades: Grade 1, Grade 2
Titch is the smallest and youngest in his family. His brother and sister have kites that fly high in the sky, and bigger bikes than Titch. But when Titch plants a tiny seed they all find out that starting off small is just the first stage of growing.
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Pete's whizzing off on a big orange bicycle, pedaling like mad and hunched over the handlebars, with a crinkly smile of concentration on his face. Mary, who's following on behind, doesn't have quite such a look of determination on her face. She's pedaling more gently on her smaller, blue bike. It still looks like fun.
Aren't big brothers and sisters mean? The three children are cycling up a really steep hill. Pete and Mary are close to the top, looking round and waving at poor Titch, who's way behind, puffing and pedaling like mad, his arm outstretched to his brother and sister as if to say, "Wait for me! Give me a hand!" But Pete and Mary have no intention of helping him.
- A picture book with braille pages and raised tactile images.
- Audio descriptions with music and sound effects in your chosen format of either CD or USB.
- An ‘Articles for the Blind’ returns label for the free and convenient return of the box.
Touch to see image list
Boy (Titch) & Brother & Sister
Spade & Plantpot
Titch & Plant