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Blue the Brave - Hazel Tree Farm

Alma Jordan

Publisher: The O'Brien Press

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Summary

There's never a dull moment on Hazel Tree Farm!
Peter is hard at work training sheepdog Blue for the trials at the Ballynoe Fair, while Kate – who wants to be a vet like her mam – has her hands full taking care of her cheeky pet hen, Hettie.
But a trespasser is nearby, getting ready to strike. Hettie and Blue can sense it – can they warn the humans in time? 
The first book in the Hazel Tree Farm series, following the adventures of the Farrelly family, their neighbours, and a host of furry, woolly and feathery friends!
Available since: 02/13/2023.
Print length: 144 pages.

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