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'When Mo grows up he wants to be a farmer, just like Dad!'

The Adventures of Mo at Butterbee Farm

For all the little farmers out there, The Adventures of Mo at Butterbee Farm is a new series of children’s books from author Beki Benjamin. It follows a mischievous young boy and his Massey Ferguson pedal tractor.

Mo’s first adventure, Dad’s Sandwich, starts with a very special birthday present, a pedal tractor which he calls Mitsy. However, he soon realises that riding his tractor isn’t as easy as he first thought.

Dad’s Sandwich is 40 pages in total, fully illustrated and is aimed at 6-9 year olds. It’s also a great bedtime read for parents with younger children. 

Copies cost £10 + £2 for postage and packing.

RABI (Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution)
ACP Publishers Ltd will make a donation to R.A.B.I based on a proportion of total sales of the book.

To purchase Dad’s Sandwich call ACP Publishers on 01926 691212 or email journals@acp-publishers.co.uk.

Alternatively, send a cheque made payable to ACP Publishers Ltd to:
The Adventures of Mo, ACP, Offices 2 & 3, Brixfield Farm, Nr Kineton, Warwickshire, CV35 0ED. 

About the Author

Living in South Warwickshire, children’s author Beki Benjamin is also the Deputy Editor of Farm Contractor & Large Scale Farmer magazine. 

Having worked in agricultural PR and publishing for over 20 years, she is also involved in her local community working as a volunteer with the local school and children’s group.

Mo’s second adventure Up the Apple Tree is due to be published late October 2018.