The Cownappers

  • Title: The Cownappers
  • Author: Monica Edwards
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Cownappers It all began with the television outside broadcast featuring Punchbowl Farm and in particular Dion the boy farmer Within a matter of days the Thornton family found themselves acting as temporary guar
    It all began with the television outside broadcast featuring Punchbowl Farm and in particular Dion, the boy farmer Within a matter of days the Thornton family found themselves acting as temporary guardians of a prize Jersey cow It is soon obvious that there is a mystery attached to the cow Where has she come from Who is the strange Mr Dryden who brought her to the fIt all began with the television outside broadcast featuring Punchbowl Farm and in particular Dion, the boy farmer Within a matter of days the Thornton family found themselves acting as temporary guardians of a prize Jersey cow It is soon obvious that there is a mystery attached to the cow Where has she come from Who is the strange Mr Dryden who brought her to the farm Events build up to an exciting climax in which the children are involved in a cross country chase and a strictly illegal cross Channel trip, to restore the mulberry cow to her rightful owner.

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    About Monica Edwards


    1. British children s and young adult writer.Edwards spent spent much of her childhood at Rye Harbour in East Sussex, encountering the fishermen and rural characters that later appear in her Romney Marsh series of books In 1933 she married Bill Edwards and began publishing articles and verses in a variety of publications She spent eight years as editor of a Correspondence magazine for parents before the publication of her first book Wish for a Pony in 1947 In 1947 the Edwards family moved to Punch Bowl Farm in Thursley, South West Surrey, which became the setting for her other main series of books as Punchbowl Farm.Monica Edwards differed from many of her contemporaries notably Enid Blyton in that her characters grew older with the books until they reached the edge of adulthood, and the atmosphere of the books changed with the times In 1968, Edwards husband, until then working Punch Bowl Farm, was seriously disabled in a tractor accident Monica Edwards stopped writing fiction at that time By the end of 1970, the Edwards had left Punch Bowl Farm Series Romney Marsh Punch Bowl Farm


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