Description - Heather's Piglets by Harry Oulton
It's been two years since Heather got the farm in Scotland back for Isla and her dad, and she is struggling. As her piglets grow up, Heather is having to adjust not only to being a single mum, but also to having to deal with their adolescence. Over the years Heather has had many litters, but, not to put too fine a point on it, hitherto none of them made it past the suckling stage. But now Heather is no longer a working animal and is raising the two piglets she had with Aitor the stripey Bearded pig from London zoo. She's having to cope with the inevitable problems which come with being the mother of two cheeky, opinionated, adolescent piglets - Eder and her brother Tor. When a near disaster leaves Heather at death's door, her friend Rhona takes matters into her own hands. She decides the piglets need some discipline, and if Heather is too ill to provide it, she must find someone who can. She sends the piglets off to find Aitor, their father, last seen in a disused coalmine outside Gateshead some two years ago...
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(198mm x 16mm x 129mm)
Piccadilly Press Ltd
Publisher: Templar Publishing
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Author Biography - Harry Oulton
Harry Oulton has worked for Eurodisney in Spain, Coca Cola in Mexico, made television programmes for both the BBC and ITV, and worked in a factory putting sticky labels on boxes. Now he's very happily writing children's books and lives in North London with his wife and three children. Visit Harry at www.harryoulton.co.uk or on Twitter: @HarryOulton1.