Petey Washburn,” Daddy said, “what this yard needs is a tire swing.”
Meet Petey Washburn. He is seven and is named after his dad, Pete, but everyone calls him Petey. Petey is excited because he and his dad are going to hang a tire swing from the big branch sticking out of the oak tree by the driveway. Together, Petey, Sam - his older brother, and their father find or buy the swing’s materials. Then the boys realize the branch is way off the ground and they can’t get the rope over it. Their discouragement doesn’t last long as advice and help from dad, milk and cookies from mom, and a tip from Heather, their 10 year old sister, does the trick and the swing is completed.
Pete and Petey is the newest picture book series from J2B Publishing. The main characters, Pete and Petey, enjoy a very close father-son relationship and are members of a loving family that does things together.
This series continues J2B’s promise to publish “Good Books for Young Boys and Girls.”
Petey Washburn,” Daddy said, “Gramma needs more milk. How about you and I walk to the corner store and get some for her?”
Meet Petey Washburn. He is seven and is named after his dad, Pete, but everyone calls him Petey. Its Christmas, they are at Gramma’s house, and she needs milk. When he and his dad step outside, they see their breath in the cold air and pretend they are railroad trains. Their fun stops when a lady slips and falls in front of them, spilling her groceries across the sidewalk. Petey and his dad rush to her aid. Petey gathers her groceries while his dad helps the lady to her feet. Together, they safely walk the lady home, but now the store is closed and they have no milk for Gramma.
“Petey,” Daddy said, “What do you think the women folk will say when we come home late and without any milk?
Knight in Shining Armor continues J2B Publishing’s new Pete and Petey picture book series where the main characters, Pete and Petey, enjoy a very close father-son relationship and are members of a loving family that does things together.