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Faraway Farm

Adam & Charles Black, London, 1957, 141 pp. Illus Peter Biegel

“This is the further story of Elizabeth, Alastair and Peter Robin, who live on a farm. Not only do
they enjoy all the things that most country children do, such as visiting an agricultural show and
a farm sale, having a riding supper picnic and punting on the river, but they are lucky enough to
have ponies of their own and go to a pony club camp and ride in gymkhanas. Half way through
the holidays, they find themselves solely responsible for a small farm...”

The Home Farm

Adam & Charles Black, London, 1952, 106 pp. Illus Peter Biegel

The blurb:

“This is the story of the everyday adventures of Elizabeth, Alastair and Peter Robin on the farm
which is their home. The children help in the endless activities of the farm and their questions
and conversations woven into the story take the reader right behind the scenes in modern farm life.”

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