Jasmine Green Rescues: A Piglet Called Truffle

Helen Peters (Author) Ellie Snowdon (Illustrator)
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Description

Meet Jasmine Green -- an aspiring veterinarian who adores animals! Can her kindness and know-how save a piglet in trouble in this delightful series debut?

Jasmine Green loves animals. Her mother is a veterinarian. Her father is a farmer. And her brother and sister are . . . well, they're mostly annoying. But being in the Green family means seeing and taking care of animals all the time. While helping her mom on a house call, Jasmine visits a new litter of piglets and discovers a forgotten runt hidden underneath its brothers and sisters. Poor little piglet. It is so tiny that it can't even drink! Its owner refuses to rescue it. So it is up to Jasmine to save the pig . . . secretly. What will happen if anyone finds out? Author Helen Peters and illustrator Ellie Snowdon introduce the irresistible pair of clever, caring Jasmine and lovable Truffle, while capturing the beauty and bustle of a family farm. A kind of James Herriot for a new generation, this first book in the Jasmine Green series is for anyone who loves helping animals.

Product Details

Price: $14.99  $13.79
Publisher: Walker Books Us
Published Date: March 17, 2020
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 5.2 X 0.8 X 7.8 inches | 0.6 pounds
ISBN: 9781536210248
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About the Author

Helen Peters is the author of numerous books for young readers that feature heroic girls on farms saving the day. She grew up on an old-fashioned farm in England, surrounded by family, animals, and mud. Helen Peters lives in London.

Ellie Snowdon is a children's author-illustrator from a tiny village in South Wales. She has a master's in children's book illustration from Cambridge School of Art. Ellie Snowdon lives in Cambridge, England.

Reviews

Jasmine's sparkling personality, no-nonsense resourcefulness, and fiery commitment to wildlife make her a compelling heroine. The well-paced plot intertwined with unusual facts about animals and farms makes for a page-turning read.
--Kirkus Reviews