Lego is one of my childhood favourite toys and it is also my 6 year old son’s too. Building Lego can be so much fun and we could easily spend the whole afternoon building houses, trees and much more. It helps you be creative and imaginative and there’s a great sense of achievement!
Police people is a book written by Neil Pearsall who is a serving Police Officer spending his spare time writing stories for children. The books are suitable for early readers (5 – 8 years) and provide children with easy to read sentences and key words. It was illustrated by Steven Silverwood.
For those who don’t know about Police People, this is the information for grown ups:
“Police People” was created, and the stories are written, to try and improve relations between young people and the Police. Most importantly, it is aimed to provide entertainment and a lighter insight to what we do. Hopefully, we can encourage young people, as they get older, to interact more with “the local bobby”. This may make our communities a better, safer place to be in the future.
PC Bill’s Special Day is Neil’s first book release in a series of 8 launched on 14 November 2012. You can buy the book from the website priced at £4.99 or Bertram’s wholesalers ISBN 978-095745110-0.
Before I go into details, let me introduce you to Blue Hill. Blue Hill is a small town in the county of Copshire. Not many people live there, but there is always something happening to keep the Police people busy.
The Police people are PC Bill, PC Katie, SGT Peel, PC Naz, Siren is the police car and Nelson is the police dog.