Steve Curran Teaches Courage and Kindness Through the Delightful Adventures of ‘Buster’

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New storybook follows a D2 bulldozer who takes part in a search and rescue mission.

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People have been telling stories for the longest time. Stories can teach valuable lessons, transport readers or listeners to distant lands and let them meet extraordinary characters. As a storyteller, Steve Curran knows how magical stories can be and in his new storybook he captures this sense of magic and wonder. “Buster’s Day at the Show” is an exciting mix of unforgettable characters, brilliant illustrations and an engaging narrative.

“Buster’s Day at the Show” is centered on the adventures of an eponymous D2 bulldozer, Buster. Buster loves to have fun. One day, he goes to his local showground to help finish off the earthworks and watch the show afterwards. Everything goes well and wonderful for Buster until a storm hits the town. The storm wreaks havoc all over the district. Buster and his friends are called upon to join the search and rescue mission. Will he muster enough courage to save the people who need him? The answer waits to be discovered in this vibrantly illustrated storybook.

Curran shares that the idea of a fun-loving and reliable bulldozer came to him one day at work; he works in the earthmoving industry. With “Buster’s Day at the Show,” he hopes to share the joy that stories bring, the same joy which he discovered from his grandfather’s storytelling.

“My grandfather who was a cattle drover/bullock driver use to gather us children around the campfire at his farm to tell us stories. Those times were some of the most memorable and enjoyable times of my young life.”

Great for reading alone or aloud, “Buster’s Day at the Show” will delight readers as it imparts lessons on courage and kindness.

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About the Author
Steve Curran was born in Bankstown, New South Wales. He and his six siblings were raised solely by their mother when their father died. Curran’s grandfather, who was a cattle drover/bullock driver, used to tell them stories around the campfire and he considers those memories one of the most enjoyable ones in his young life.

Curran's daughters, who love to hear him tell bedtime stories, encouraged him to put his stories into writing. He worked in the earthmoving industry, driving earthmoving equipment, including bulldozers. The story of “Buster” came to him while he was working one day.

BUSTER’S DAY AT THE SHOW * by Steve Curran
Publication Date: October 8, 2013
Trade Paperback; AU$34.99; 40 pages; 978-1-4931-0655-4
e-book; AU$3.99; 978-1-4931-0656-1

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