A Pig Called Heather

Harry Oulton

"An inspiring tale of courage, friendship and, above all, apples"

Heather's best friend is a girl called Isla, who lives with her dad on a farm in Scotland. Their idyllic life together is shattered when a thunderstorm destroys the farm and forces Isla's dad to sell up and move to London – leaving Isla and Heather miles apart and utterly miserable.

Then fate intervenes, turning Heather from an everyday pig into a national celebrity, and catapulting her to fame, fortune and, most excitingly of all. . .London.

Armed only with her own pig-headedness, Heather embarks on a quest to track down her best friend. After all, how many girls with freckles can there be in London?

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Publication Date: 20/12/2013
ISBN Ebook: 9781848123571
ISBN Paperback: 1223
ISBN Paperback: 9781848124721
ISBN Ebook: 9781848125544

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About Harry Oulton

Harry Oulton worked at the BBC and Granada on programmes ranging from At Home with the Braithwaites to Cold Blood, Blue Murder and Casualty. As well as co-devising both series of Distant Shores. He also produced The Bad Mother's Handbook, starring Catherine Tate and Robert Pattinson, and is exec-producing The Great Train Robbery, a major two-part drama for the BBC starring Jim Broadbent.
He lives in London with his wife and three children and A PIG CALLED HEATHER is his first book. Visit Harry at www.harryoulton.co.uk or on Twitter: @HarryOulton1.