Rachael Saunders

A Year on Adam's Farm
  • A Year on Adam's Farm

  • Join the UK's most-loved farmer, Adam Henson, on a fascinating journey around the farm. In this interactive non-fiction book, with over 40 flaps, you can discover where food comes from, peek inside a combine harvester, and uncover incredible facts about popular farm animals.

    Did you know that one sheep shearer can shear 200 sheep in a day? Or that robots can milk cows? Do you know what a beetle bank is? Or how peas are harvested?

    Adam - and his trusty sheepdog, Peg - are the perfect guides for your day on the farm. With colourful scenes, clever flaps that will intrigue a wide age group, and lively illustration, this is a book for all budding farmers and animal-lovers. Both entertaining and educational, this is quality, fascinating non-fiction for families.

Rachael Saunders is an illustrator based in Hampshire, UK. With a strong interest in the rich printed aesthetic of 1960's children's books, her work explores colour, shape and texture in a vibrant and humorous manner. Since graduating from Falmouth University in 2014, she has worked with a wide range of international clients including The Wall Street Journal, Radley and Walker Books. From a young age Rachael has always loved to draw; to now have her hobby become a career, she feels extremely blessed.


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