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Toby's Tails - Billy and Daisy's Big Adventure (Fantasy Farm Tales Book 3) Kindle Edition
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There they meet some of the other inhabitants, two sheep called Rosie and Rambo, and Bubbles the hen, star of The Chicken Patrol (Fantasy Farm Tales Book 2).
Well, despite what people think, life for the animals is never dull. Rambo and Rosie have to be shorn, and we soon discover what characters sheep really are.
Hens can be defiant in their own way too, and Bubbles decides she doesn’t want to nest in the chicken shed, but where will she have her chicks?
As the seasons go by, the goat kids grow into adults, they have many new experiences, including feeling snow for the first time. The world around them is changing, but so are they…
Look out for the surprises at the end!
It is about farm life in general but sees the world from the view of the animals.
Great photos too.
Toby the kindly and clever Border Collie is always close at hand to reassure them and explain things, and they make friends with Rosie and Rambo the sheep, as well as the resident family of chickens. After their big adventure, Billy and Daisy realise just how lucky they are to live on the farm.
Susan writes with so much love for her animals, and her stories are certain to entertain, enchant and educate young readers in the 3 to 10 age group.
This story introduces young children to the cycle of life, from a goat's point of view.
There are adorable photographs of the goats, which children will love. There are also photographs of sheep, and a photograph of a hen with chicks.
Susan's love of animals is evident in her storytelling.