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Chewing the cud

Author: Dick King-Smith; Harry Horse
Publisher: London : Viking, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Dick King-Smith's memoirs deal mainly with the 14 years he spent on Woodlands Farm. The eccentric cast of animals and humans he met provided a wealth of material for his writing, his third, and best-known career, thanks to the film Babe.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Children's nonfiction
Named Person: Dick King-Smith; Dick King-Smith
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dick King-Smith; Harry Horse
ISBN: 067089964X 9780670899647
OCLC Number: 47150376
Description: 193 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Dick King-Smith ; with drawings by Harry Horse.

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Dick King-Smith's memoirs deal mainly with the 14 years he spent on Woodlands Farm. The eccentric cast of animals and humans he met provided a wealth of material for his writing, his third, and best-known career, thanks to the film Babe.

Dick King-Smith was a farmer and a teacher before becoming a writer. In this memoir we follow him through his various careers and are introduced to the eccentric cast of animals and humans that provided a wealth of material for his writing.

Dick King-Smith's memoirs deal mainly with the 14 years he spent on Woodlands Farm. The eccentric cast of animals and humans he met provided a wealth of material for his writing, his third, and best-known career, thanks to the film "Babe".

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