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Polly, Anna and the Barn Patrol-bookcover

By: A. E. Mount

Polly, Anna and the Barn Patrol

Pages: 130 Ratings: 4.0
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"Suddenly, in front of my eyes, I saw poor little Walt plucked off the ground by his knapsack and disappear into the black mass of crows above. I was obviously too heavy but had a nasty time fighting my way to the big willow tree, I stumbled under its welcoming branches and lay there gasping for air."

Two young kittens, Polly and Anna, embark on an exciting expedition of discovery. With Polly always on the lookout for adventure, will Anna, with the help of the barn patrol, be able to find the big river whilst keeping everybody out of mischief? Little does she know, the gang are about to stumble upon a secret that seems too big to believe...

Between the ages of 22-64, Alan enjoyed a career in model-making and owned his own model-making company from 1985 to 2010, designing and producing models for architects, film and TV, exhibitions and museums. In 2005, he completed a creative writing course, and it was at this time that he wrote this story for his two elder daughters, Holly and Poppy. Alan is now 76 years old and lives in Hertfordshire, with his four children, where he enjoys reading and collecting antiques.

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  • Oldbookishwoman

    Polly and Anna are looking in the shed for a blue fishing net to get some frog spawn for Holly and Poppy.
    This is soon forgotten when they hear a click-ding sound as Polly is crashing into goodness knows what as there is do much dust. Anna rushes to check on her kitten sister. What they discover next will be far better than anything they could imagine and soooo much better than Frog spawn.
    Follow the many adventures of the kittens and the friends they make.
    This is a charming book.
    Ideal for confident readers aged 7-9 short chapters, clearly printed. Sadly there are no illustrations. Which may put off some children. It is a good book for adults to read and share with children too at bedtime or just having a few minutes to forget everything, curl up with your child/children and share a few pages.

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