Welcome to the fifth chapter of an enthralling series of animal tales, designed specifically for younger readers, by the author Helen Peters. Helen Peters, who was shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize, has woven captivating stories brought to life through the enchanting black-and-white illustrations by Ellie Snowdon.
In this installment, you'll follow the adventures of Jasmine, whose father is a farmer, and her mother, a large-animal vet. Growing up in this environment, Jasmine is no stranger to caring for animals and ensuring they stay out of harm's way. Yet, her noble efforts often lead her into her own share of challenges.
As it's lambing season on the farm, Jasmine has her hands full. She finds herself taking care of two orphaned baby birds and a tiny, motherless lamb named Lucky. Jasmine is determined to provide the best care possible for Lucky and to keep him safe. However, lurking in the shadows of the night, there are larger dangers that threaten the entire flock.
With brilliant storytelling that elicits both laughter and tears, this series carries on the legacy of beloved authors like Dick King-Smith for a new generation of readers. It's a perfect choice for young readers aged seven and up, offering a heartwarming and spellbinding reading experience.