Taking care of seventeen piglets and a sick mama pig is a challenge for Farmer John and his team. But the cure for Emma reminds them what is most important—for pigs and for humans: love and friendship.
John Chester spent the first twenty years of his career making documentary films. Jennifer L.
Meyer is an award-winning artist whose work has been featured multiple times in the Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art annual, Spectrum. Born into a fantasy-loving military family, she grew up a big fan of comics, reading, and drawing animals especially bunnies. Jennifer's art has appeared in comic books, children's books, graphic novels, and other media.
I can't wait for everyone to meet her gentle spirit! The story covers everything about Emma's life on Apricot Lane Farms, from her struggle to live to her adventures with her new best friend, a rooster named Greasy, and is packed with heart and tons of fun that all young readers will adore.
Take a peek at this lovable pig and her babies. So get excited for a book that'll be chock full of adorable pictures like this one, and make sure to check out The Biggest Little Farm when it comes out too.
And make room in your heart for another wonderful pig to root for and love. This first-time mom wants to have a home birth, but is she ready?