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By: Colin Hirst

Ambra's Winter On The Farm

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Join Ambra, a young blackbird filled with hope and excitement, as she embarks on an extraordinary adventure in Ambra’s Winter on the Farm, a heartwarming children’s book. After a long separation, Ambra experiences the joy of being reunited with her beloved family, whom she thought she would never see again. However, her best friend Doug the hedgehog is in deep slumber, peacefully hibernating.

Now residing on a bustling farm with her caring mum, dad, and three playful brothers, Ambra eagerly anticipates the wonders that the winter season will bring. Little does she know that this particular winter will be one of the harshest in half a century, setting the stage for a series of captivating events.

Follow Ambra’s journey as she faces the challenges and surprises of this severe winter, filled with snow-covered landscapes and frosty air. Discover the heartwarming tales of the farm’s other enchanting animals, as they navigate the wintry elements and come together in unexpected ways.

Born in 1948, Colin was the youngest of two brothers. Having a grandad who had his own farm where he spent most of his childhood, that was where he got his love for animals and the great outdoors. His father was a coal miner, as were all his uncles.

The author left school at the age of fifteen and started work at a local joiners-cum-undertakers. Colin retired from his bespoke furniture, design and making business at the age of sixty-three. He did not start writing until the death of his beloved wife, Lesley.

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