by Sue Wickstead
Jay-Jay the Supersonic Bus is a brightly coloured playbus full of toys.
He’s always ready for adventure, and after an eventful summer the bus is ready for his journey to the carnival.
The children are also excited – but what will happen on the way?
This is a third book for Jay-Jay the supersonic bus.
The inspiration for this story is also based on events in the real journey of the Bewbush Playbus, which worked in Crawley.
The town of Crawley, like many towns and villages, held a carnival and fair once a year. The Playbus was always a regular feature.
Families in all of the groups were invited to join in and would help to decorate the bus to fit the theme of the carnival.
Many of the children and families would then join in the parade in their fancy dress.
The carnival offered a valuable promotion opportunity high-lighting the work the bus did and could offer. It also gave the association the opportunity to gain support, celebrate its work as well as fund-raising opportunities. The bus became a well-known and frequent visitor at other towns fund-raising events.
In 1996 the Bewbush Playbus was the very last winner of the best overall float in its category.
JJK 261 is the real number plate.
With a free cardboard cut-out model.
40 pages Colour drawings throughout