Miles Kelly Convertible Tractor Book Review and Giveaway

It is not often that I get this excited about a book, but this amazing book deserves to me to shout about it from the roof tops!!

Don’t get me wrong, we love a good story and reading to the kids is part of our night-time routine, but this is a book for the daytime and it’s fun fun fun!

How would your little one like to bring farmyard fun into the front room and test drive a new Convertible Tractor to boot?

This Miles Kelly Convertible Tractor is the perfect answer to a rainy day fun as it brings the outdoors, indoors! It is aimed at age 3+ however Sebastian enjoys it as much as Eliza.  He has not reached the age where he can sit still long enough to read a book, however he loves to ‘learn through play’ and happily points to and makes the animal sounds for all the animals he can see.

The beauty of this Convertible Tractor is that it has all the benefits of a book, encouraging kids to read but with the added extra of transforming into, not only a play mat, but a vehicle to stimulate creative play and once playtime has finished the Convertible Tractor can then be easily stored away again as a book leaving no mess to clear up.

Convertible Tractor

Sebastian prefers the book laid out as a play mat and then crawls around pointing to the animals, whereas Eliza is happy reading the story either as the book format or when sat inside the tractor.  The story is about a farmer and when laid out there is a path you can follow which takes you through his day with beautiful illustrations of all your favourite animals as well as farming equipment.

Convertible Tractor

The Convertible Tractor brings something new to the world of children’s books. Farming is enjoyed by both girls and boys and is a great hobby and profession to teach children about, with the aim of inspiring a love of the great outdoors for life! Other popular books in this interactive range include Convertible Train, Convertible Spaceship, convertible Princess Carriage and Convertible Fire Engine. Find them all at

The fabulous team at Miles Kelly have given me another Convertible Tractor to giveaway to one of my readers.

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168 thoughts on “Miles Kelly Convertible Tractor Book Review and Giveaway”

  1. It has to be the fire engine. We have firefighter mania in this house and our little man has his own real helmet, courtesy of his granddad who was in the service.

  2. Convertible Fire Engine children’s book cover – 9781782092018 – Miles Kelly
    Simple story with lots of charming details for kids to find – Convertible Fire Engine – Miles Kelly
    Your child can play inside the card fire engine – Convertible Fire Engine – Miles Kelly
    Convertible Fire Engine

  3. Oh my little lad would love these- thanks for the post! My preference is for the pirate ship though 😉 but they all look so much fun

  4. my two boys love playing so much i think they would be happy with any of the books i think the pirate ship and fire engine woul be tops

  5. Oh my life, my five-year-old would give away his older brother for the convertible tractor book! What a super concept!

  6. Wow, they are great and so many to choose from. We’d love the “Convertible Train”

    Great review, thanks for the chance to win x


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