Judith Heneghan - At the Farm - Hachette Children's Group

At the Farm

By Judith Heneghan

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  • £6.99

Follows a child who has been given the opportunity to spend a day helping out in a variety of animal-related settings.

This series introduces young children to looking after animals. Each book follows a day in the life of a child as they help out in a different animal environment, learning about the animals themselves and the roles of the people who care for them.

In this book, read about a young girl's day as a farmer, as she helps out with the cows on a dairy farm. She must clean out the cow sheds, prepare the cow cake, milk the cows and carry out lots of other exciting tasks, too.

You will discover amazing facts about life on a farm, and can follow her experiences first-hand with the Diary panel.

Biographical Notes

Judith Heneghan writes fiction and non-fiction for children. She runs the MA Writing for Children at the University of Winchester. Judith has four teenage children, a labrador, a snake and a gecko.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9780750288781
  • Publication date: 09 Oct 2014
  • Page count: 24
  • Imprint: Wayland
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