New Children’s Book, Tractor Mac Family Reunion, Celebrates The Diversity of Family

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Tractor Mac Family Reunion brings to life the true meaning of family through colorful illustrations, new and old farm friends, and lots of red tractors.

These children’s books accurately depict life on the farm through fun and heart-warming stories that are certain to delight the young reader.

Tractor Mac LLC announced today the release of their tenth storybook in the Tractor Mac series of children’s books, Tractor Mac Family Reunion. This story celebrates diverse families and helps young readers to understand that, even though we may appear different on the outside, what makes us family is how we care for each other.

“We are very excited to share our new book,” said Billy Steers, author and illustrator of the Tractor Mac children’s book series. “I was able to combine my love for agricultural machinery and farm life with my interest in steam engines to bring to life a great story about family, friends and lots of red tractors.”

In this latest book, Steers presents a new character, Iron Dave, a steam train that introduces Tractor Mac to red tractors just like him. Mac is excited about meeting his new family, but his farm friends help him realize that his real family is right at home at Stony Meadow Farm.

Tractor Mac Family Reunion is now available at http://www.tractormac.com, Amazon, farm specialty stores, and independent book and toy stores around the country.

About Tractor Mac LLC
Tractor Mac LLC is the publisher of the Tractor Mac series of children’s books. The adventures of Tractor Mac come alive through colorful pictures and engaging stories in a series of books aimed at children ages three to seven years old. Tractor Mac has many friends on the farm that help him learn about friendship, teamwork, the joy of winning, and how to lose gracefully. These children’s books accurately depict life on the farm through fun and heart-warming stories that are certain to delight the young reader.

The books sell through non-traditional channels such as farm stands and markets, independent book and toy stores, agricultural machinery outlets as well as through http://www.tractormac.com and Amazon.

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