Having pursued a successful teaching career, Sally Worth has now moved back to her beloved Cornwall where she has drawn inspiration for her debut children’s novel Chap’s Toast from her own childhood experiences of growing up on her parents’ dairy farm, as well as anecdotes related to her over the years by family and friends. Sally now lives in a small Cornish village by the river Tamar where she enjoys her beautiful country surroundings, community life and directing the local pantomime. She is married and has two daughters, three grandchildren, and two Jack Russell terriers, Bertie and Bruno.
Meet Chap, the mischievous Jack Russell Terrier living on a Cornish farm who’s obsessed with one thing – toast. In this heartwarming and hilarious tale, join Chap as he takes you on a journey through his daily adventures alongside his farming family and animal friends, from the ups and downs of ...