Farmer Groot often jokes that Klara, his white-and-black Friesian cow, is more trouble that she's worth, but he is really very fond of his good-natured cow. Klara has a mind of her own, which often gets her into tricky and humorous situations.After being in her barn all winter, Klara is bored and looking forward to the taste of fresh, green grass again and decides to go in search of it. Once in the meadow, she is confronted with a world that is cold and white. After borrowing two pairs of red clogs from the farm next door to keep her hooves warm, she ends up on the frozen canal. With some slipping and sliding and a strong wind, she finds herself being blown along the canal, and this is where her skating adventure begins.
Linda Frietman was born in Buckinghamshire, England, but has lived most of her life in Holland with her Dutch artist husband and their two children. Linda worked for many years at the British School in Netherlands, working in key stage 1+2, where she developed her love of children's literature. Travelling the world has been a big inspiration for writing children's stories and narrative poems.
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