Synopsis: When two adorable brother-bugs, Chug and Thug get a chance to ride their tricycle to school and thus avoid being late for class, their mother implores them to be wise. But the conflicting “wise” advice they receive on their way leaves them in a bind.

Chug and Thug Ride Trike is a cute story about young ones dealing with peer pressure, and the story helps to promote independent thinking.

Release Date: 4th April 2021

Genres: Picture Books, Children’s, Animals, Bugs, Educational

Pages: 32

Thank you so much to booksgosocial and Netgalley for the ebook to read and review

Review: Chug and Thug have to get to school on their own and as it’s far take their trike but on the journey so many bugs tell them what they should and shouldn’t do, this leaves them so confused as to what is right or wrong and what they need to do.

After they hear so many different ideas they use their clever minds to decide for themselves once more and that’s such an important lesson that though others opinions are great, ultimately yours is the one that matters. It’s a good way to help get a child to think and understand different perspectives.

I really enjoyed the illustrations in this one the bugs were drawn so beautifully and I loved seeing each picture as the story progressed. Such a sweet and wonderful book that can help children learn in many ways.

About Author: A tale-teller for toddlers, teens, and in-betweens…

Gemal Seede holds a Ph.D. in Information Science and has a passion for writing/producing value-rich stories in several genres including children’s picture books. Seede wrote and published the first title in a picture book series entitled Chug and Thug: The Alug Bugs (2013), followed by Chug and Thug Ride Trike (2018) and Chug and Thug’s Scary Movie (2021)

Seede is the award-winning writer and producer of the 30-minute science fiction film titled Alliance which has earned awards for Best Picture, Audience Choice, and Best Sci-fi. In addition to picture books, Seede also creates video, film, and interactive works.


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