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Author A. Ziggy Presents New Book, FARMER JACK

From author A. Ziggy Book who brought young readers Little Farm Mouse, The Hen House, Eddy the Red Rooster and Sam the Cat comes her fifth picture book. Farmer Jack takes children back on The Farm where they can be part of another exciting adventure.

In this engaging tale, readers can follow Farmer Jack who seems troubled. He is unhappy because Nelly the cow has been acting strange and would not eat her hay. He wonders why it is taking her so long to have her baby calf. He decides to give her one more hour before he calls the veterinarian. Back at the house, Jack asks his wife for a cup of coffee so he could stay awake. Farmer Jack, however, dozes off and when he wakes, Nelly is gone. Can Jack find Nelly and make sure she is safe? The answer awaits readers as they browse through the pages.

Filled with vibrant illustrations and a fun plot, Farmer Jack is another lovable tale that children will enjoy reading over and over again. It will give them a glimpse of what farm life is like and the many wonderful surprises that come with it.

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Being a farmwife for most of her life, A. Ziggy Book enjoys writing stories based on farm animals and experiences she had on The Farm. Now retired, she fills her time writing children's farm stories and participating as an active member of the local writers club. Book has always loved writing for children. She currently resides with her husband in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.

Farmer Jack * by A. Ziggy Book
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Picture Book; $15.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4797-2745-2
eBook; $3.99 ; 978-1-47972-746-9

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