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Vet

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What's it like being a vet? Let's find out!

Step inside the life of Mike the vet and discover the challenges he faces in his very busy job. From helping a ewe deliver her lamb to examining a dog that needs help, learn about the inspirational life of a vet.

An entertaining story following a day in the life of a vet for children aged 4+, with fun illustrations to engage and inspire young readers. Turn to the back of the book for more information about what a vet's job involves, the equipment they need and the other busy people that work alongside them. The Next Steps include discussion points about the story to prompt further conversation, develop vocabulary and support comprehension.

People who help us, people who care, busy people are everywhere!
Encourage the next generation of busy people and learn about a range of careers in this inspiring series for young children. Each story focuses on a different professional as they go about their daily work, exploring what each job involves, why it's important and how it can be rewarding.
If you enjoyed this book, check out the other titles in the Busy People series:
Busy People: Astronaut
Busy People: Builder
Busy People: Construction Worker
Busy People: Doctor
Busy People: Firefighter
Busy People: Librarian
Busy People: Police officer
Busy People: Teacher
Busy People: Vet
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Product details

  • 4+
  • Paperback | 24 pages
  • 230 x 253 x 3mm | 128g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1784931535
  • 9781784931537
  • 141,193

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Perfect for an 'Animals' or 'People Who Help Us' topic, this book takes you through a day in the life of a vet. It is a busy day for Mike the vet, with plenty of animals to see and make well on the farm. Children will love seeing what he gets up to and how he helps the animals, and they will begin to understand that there are people who help us everywhere. Other books in this series include: Firefighter, Doctor and Teacher The vocabulary is well-pitched to young children, the illustrations are simple but with enough detail to interest. Veterinary equipment is the focus of a neat glossary at the back of the book, and the consistent use of medical green clearly marks this title's place in the wider Busy People series. The vocabulary is well-pitched to young children, the illustrations are simple but with enough detail to interest. Veterinary equipment is the focus of a neat glossary at the back of the book, and the consistent use of medical green clearly marks this title' s place in the wider Busy People series.

Perfect for an ' Animals' or ' People Who Help Us' topic, this book takes you through a day in the life of a vet. It is a busy day for Mike the vet, with plenty of animals to see and make well on the farm. Children will love seeing what he gets up to and how he helps the animals, and they will begin to understand that there are people who help us everywhere. Other books in this series include: Firefighter, Doctor and Teacher
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About Lucy M. George

LUCY M. GEORGE is an editor and author who specialises in picture books. Her published books (written under her pen name, Lucy M George) include Back to School Tortoise and The Snow Queen. She now has twin sons of her own called Felix and Hamish.

ANDOTWIN has been illustrating since she could hold a crayon in her hand, but professionally since 2001 when she graduated with a degree in Graphic Design. Prior to setting up on her own, AndoTwin spent over 10 years working with digital agencies as lead creative in illustration, design and animation.
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23 ratings
3.78 out of 5 stars
5 17% (4)
4 43% (10)
3 39% (9)
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