Provides an introduction to the topic of farms and gives young readers a general overview of what farming is like.
39 children’s books by the writer
Nancy Dickmann grew up in the USA, where she played baseball, ate hot dogs and read encyclopaedias for fun. She has now lived in England long enough to think that cold and rain are normal, but still has yet to try Morris dancing. Before becoming an author, she worked as an editor and publisher of children's books. Now, with Pushkin the Three-Legged Wonder Cat as her trusty assistant (in charge of lap-sitting), she writes books on a wide range of topics, including animals, space, history, health and explorers. The highlight of her career so far has been getting to interview a real astronaut to find out how they use the toilet in space!
This series provides a first introduction to the topic of farms and gives young readers a general overview of what farming is like.
It takes a lot of hard work to run a farm. In this title, readers will learn what jobs farmers do every day to keep machinery operating smoothly, animals fed, and crops harvested.
Make a place for milk and cheese in your diet. These foods make up some of the yummiest meals, and this book gives readers tips on how to incorporate the nutritional value of milk and cheese into diets in a ...
Make a place for fruits in your diet. Once readers find out how nutritional fruit is, in addition to being delicious, they'll make a point to have it regularly. Readers will also learn about a variety of ways to ...