On the Farm: A Push, Pull, Slide Book (Campbell Axel Scheffler, 8)


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Product description

About the Author

Axel Schef­fler is a star illus­tra­tor whose instant­ly rec­og­niz­able, warm and wit­ty illus­tra­tions have achieved world­wide acclaim and numer­ous awards. Axel is the illus­tra­tor of won­der­ful nov­el­ty, gift and poet­ry books for Macmil­lan, such as Fish Who Dream of Trees (Two Hoots) and the best­selling The Bed­time Bear, The Tick­le Book and Moth­er Goose’s Nurs­ery Rhymes – and of course, he is the illus­tra­tor of some of the world’s best-loved pic­ture books, includ­ing mod­ern clas­sics The Gruffa­lo and The Gruffalo’s Child, which togeth­er have sold over 17 mil­lion copies world­wide. Axel’s art­work is exhib­it­ed inter­na­tion­al­ly; he has illus­trat­ed for many char­i­ties and designed the Roy­al Mail Christ­mas stamps in 2012. Born in Ham­burg, Axel now lives with his fam­i­ly in London.

From the Publisher

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Best for Toddler

Pull out the slid­ers and push up the tabs – these books are great for devel­op­ing your toddler’s fine motor skills. Includes easy count­ing, just up to five.

Read-aloud Rhymes

Share the gen­tle rhyming sto­ries as you play. Accom­pa­nied by delight­ful illus­tra­tions from the award-win­ning Axel Scheffler.

Interactive Books

Join in the fun down on the farm and in the jun­gle – per­fect for lis­ten­ing to and even bet­ter to share together.

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Additional information

Dimensions 17.78 × 1.52 × 17.78 cm

Campbell Books; Main Market edition 3 May 2018



Board book

10 pages





Reading age

2 - 5 years


17.78 x 1.52 x 17.78 cm


  1. James Newall

    Our 19 Month Old Loves It!The media could not be loaded.

     Although the book come adver­tised with a read­ing age of 2–5 years old, our 19 month old daugh­ter loves it!There isn’t much of a sto­ry, but that it lacks in sto­ry telling it makes up for with colour­ful images, ani­mals and small inter­ac­tive card­board inserts.Thanks in part to this book she is now able to point out all the ani­mals in the book when we men­tion them by name, and make the cor­rect ani­mal noises!On The Farm is a book she asks us to read dai­ly… and joy she gets makes it an absolute plea­sure to read it to her!

  2. SB

    love­ly bright pic­tures, but far too lit­tle inter­ac­tive move­mentI bought this for a Christ­mas present for a one year old but, although the pic­tures are bright and inter­est­ing, I was dis­ap­point­ed with how lit­tle move­ment there was for a child to actu­al­ly do. Only one flap and one slide were as I expect­ed — the sta­ble and the frog. I can­not rec­om­mend this to real­ly engage a child who wants to make things move.

  3. Mrs C

    Bet­ter inter­ac­tive books out thereStur­dy book for a tod­dler to explore. There could have been more vari­ety in the inter­ac­tiv­i­ty — it’s a bit repet­i­tive and the range of push/pull/slide move­ment is lim­it­ed so it’s not over­ly exciting.

  4. Eliz­a­beth Keane

    Fun farm­yard tales in a stur­dy and well designed book for lit­tle ones.Stur­dy board book with real­ly detailed images allow­ing for plen­ty of engage­ment with your lit­tle one. The lit­tle push/pull tabs are strong and designed for lit­tle fingers.Great edi­tion to the book shelf. Great for ages 18+ months and upwards.


    Tod­dler funMy 2.5 year old real­ly enjoys the book.Lots of ani­mals to spot.Little sur­pris­es in each page.Encourage coor­di­na­tion and learning

  6. Car­ol Race

    great bookMy grand­son loves books so these hard backed thick pages are great for him as he can turn the pages by him­self. The book has also got push and pull bits so that he can see things that are hidden.

  7. Ama­zon Customer

    Great bookLove this book!! So much fun, lots of ani­mals and my 2 year old son loves to make the ani­mals move and they also pull out on the side of the book. High­ly rec­om­mend 5*

  8. Adri­anne Camies

    Love­ly child’s book.This was an excel­lent book for a nephews gift. Was very impressed with how it was set out. Looks nice, and ide­al for a child of two years upwards

  9. C. James

    Well illus­trat­edBought for a first birth­day but had a sneaky look.Lovely illus­tra­tions very pleased with book hope birth­day boy age 1 agrees

  10. MrsBish16

    Bril­ght­ly colouredBright­ly coloured and fun to read.My son absolute­ly loves pulling and mov­ing parts of the book and it’s slow­ly become one of his favourites.

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