Henrietta - Tales from the Farmyard

Henrietta - Tales from the Farmyard

by J B Woods

Paperback

$18.29
Choose Expedited Shipping at checkout for guaranteed delivery by Thursday, February 27
MARKETPLACE
2 New & Used Starting at $13.94

Overview

A selection of short stories about the adventures of Henrietta a Rhode Island Red Hen the matriarch of the Village Farm Hen house.

We follow her and her sisters who are watched over by Big Red the Rooster as they bring up their chicks and shield them from dangers ever lurking behind every hedgerow or in the sky.
There is Harry Hawk or Kitty Kite floating silently overhead and then there is Freddie Fox or Frightful Felix the feral feline ready to snatch a chicken dinner on any pretext.
Mixed with Henrietta's everyday foraging in the search for titbits we have a mixture of charm, humour and adventure with a few moral anecdotes as life unfolds around the animals of Village Farm.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781480124387
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/17/2012
Pages: 92
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.24(d)

About the Author

About JB. Woods

JB. Woods is a retired soldier and fibre optics industrial operative who has turned his hand to writing after researching his wife's family history which inspired his first novel 'Stolen Birthright'.
He then joined the 'Paphos Writers Group' and had many short stories published in a local monthly magazine and as a result of lessons learnt with them and recalled from his school days he now edits and formats other peoples work in a small way.
His other exploits into the literary world include a historical novel called 'Stolen Birthright'
'George Barrington Hunter'-a fictional adventure story of secret agent and soldier George Hunter.
'A Cry of the Heart'- a ghost-written biography and account of the traumatic life story of a young woman in South Africa, and a ghost-written biography of a wandering Yorkshireman called 'A Sheffield Tyke.'
Examples of these and other Genre's can be found on the website: www.stolenbirthright.com

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews