A classic children's tale from the author of Babe, now available as an audiobook.
From the much-loved series of children's books comes the BBC audiobook. Sophie wants to be a lady farmer when she grows up, and she already has a large collection of animals: herds of insects, a rabbit and a cat and her latest friend Puddles the terrier. In Cornwall for the summer holidays, Sophie feeds a Vietnamese pot-bellied pig, stays on a farm, meets some new friends and starts riding lessons. She also learns to swim, encounters an old enemy on the beach and has her first ever horseback ride on Bumblebee, a grey pony: much to her delight, she turns out to be a natural rider.
When she learns that riding lessons are very expensive, she is very sad to have to stop until next summer but luckily Aunt Al comes to the rescue...
The Sophie series, written by Dick King-Smith, are perennial classics, loved by generations of children. Centred on the adventures of a confident, animal-loving little girl, they are perfect for any child who loves to play and explore the world around them. Keep the kids entertained anywhere with an ABC audiobook.