Usborne is the biggest and most successful independent children's book publisher in the UK. It has around 2,000 titles in print, and publish almost every type of children's book for every age group, from baby books to young adult novels.
Founded by Peter Usborne in 1973, Usborne books are conceived and created by editor/writers and designers in their offices in London, England, and illustrated by artists worldwide. The company believes the way they work makes their books different from other children's books, and is what makes them so well loved.
Beth and Harry are left in charge of Puzzle Farm on the day of the grand farm fair, and they need help to complete their all tasks, from searching for lost animals to dashing through fields of scarecrows.