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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Jim McNab was proud that Wilbur stayed with him all his life. They met five years ago and they have been together since then. Wilbur was happy that Jim took good care of him and his red paint looked as shiny as the first day they met. They did lots of work together like mowing the grass and plowing snow in the winter. Jim planned to buy the lot across the street to have his own vegetable farm and he was not sure if Wilbur would get hurt mowing a big field like that. Wilbur was getting old and Jim decided to find him a new home where he would be loved. Wilbur was sad and he did not want to leave. Jim promised to visit him in his new home. Would he be happy in his home and would he be able to make new friends?
A Tractor Named Wilbur: Friendship Lasts Forever by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne is a fun read about friendship and the story will bring a smile to the faces of young readers. It will also make them eager for the next book to read about Wilbur's adventures in his new home. Holly Humphrys-Bajaj breathes life into the story with her wonderful illustrations and gives Wilbur a personality of his own. It is a lovely bedtime storybook and can be used in classrooms and school libraries for read-aloud and storytelling sessions. The questions at the end make the book interactive and fun, and perfect for classroom activities.