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Sophie is four-years-old and very determined. When she grows up, she's going to be a farmer. Already she's saving up to buy a cow, two hens, a pony and a pig. She's very fond of most creatures - especially little ones, like snails, and sometimes she does get a bit fed-up with her twin brothers Matthew and Mark. It's with the new girl Dawn, though, that Sophie really puts her foot down, with explosive consequences! Dick King-Smith is a former winner of the Guardian Children's Fiction Award, and the author of the "Sophie" series of books - "Sophie's Tom", "Sophie Hits Six", "Sophie in the Saddle!" and "Sophie is Seven". His other titles for Walker include "Farmer Bungle Forgets", "H Prince", "The Whistling Piglet", the Read and Wonder non-fiction titles "All Pigs are Beautiful", "I Love Guinea-Pigs" and "The Finger-Eater". David Parkins is the illustrator of "No Problem". "Tick-Tock", "Prowlpuss" and the "Sophie" titles.
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The best story ever written about a snail * The Times *Book Description:
Small but very determined, Sophie is everyone's favourite farmer-to-be! A classic story for young readers by the beloved author of Babe.
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Book Description Walker Books, 1994. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0744536227