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“Don't you have a skateboard park?”

Whizzing Wheels is a rhyming magazine story.


Trevor spots some children on skateboards and wonders why they do not have a skateboard park to play in. The vicar is holding a jumble sale and uses Trevor to collect goods to sell.

At the jumble sale, an expert spots a rare book which raises lots of money which is put towards a skateboard park for the children. Trevor happily watches as the children whizz up and down the ramps.



  • Trevor's funnel in the final illustration is deliberately shorter as part of a quiz for readers.


  • Some of Trevor's lining is absent throughout this story.