Farming has remained one of the constant things despite the ever-changing nature of modern society.
Salisbury, England (PRWEB) May 27, 2014
From author Laurence Tysoe comes a new and educational children’s picture book that will take young readers to “Farmer John’s Farm”. In this work, children will learn fun tidbits about agriculture, livestock and poultry, which they might not have encountered in ordinary city life.
The tale follows school children from the cities visiting a farm in the countryside, and how they learn about various farm animals, from chickens to pigs, as well as the charms of country life. Farming has remained one of the constant things despite the ever-changing nature of modern society, the farmers and their livelihoods are the source of the food eaten by families in cities everywhere, and Tysoe’s fun-filled picture book gives children a renewed appreciation of this fact.
“Farmer John’s Farm” is an enjoyable educational reading experience with vibrant illustrations that show them just how agriculture works and how people live in the country.
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About the Author
Laurence Tysoe was born in 1937 and was brought up and received his secondary education in the county of Bedfordshire. He has been married to his wife, Betty, for the last 46 years. He retired in 1990 and had previously worked in the professional field of Social Work. Following retirement he and his wife moved to Spain where they spent 22 happy years. They returned to England in 2012 and took up residence close to relatives in the historic cathedral city of Salisbury in Wiltshire. Tysoe’s interests are in music, sport, writing and photography. He also has a keen interest in world affairs and conservation issues. He is a published author of poetry and children’s books.
Farmer John's Farm * by Laurence Tysoe
Picture Book; £12.99; 24 pages; 9781483658971
e-book; £3.99; 9781483658988
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