10 Jul The first chapter of Babe. This is from the original book, copyright Comments welcome. I am going to read this entire book. I will be posting a chapter. Dick King Smith at home. The write stuff: Dick King-Smith in his pig-decked cottage kitchen which includes a Babe film poster. Children the world over adore Dick King-Smith's stories - yet few of his young fans know his life as a failed Gloucestershire farmer proved the inspiration for the book that shot him to fame. When Babe, an orphaned piglet, is won at a fair by Farmer Hoggett, he is soon adopted by the kind-hearted sheep-dog, Fly. Babe knows he'll never be a sheep- dog, but perhaps if he tries really hard, he might become a sheep-pig! Find out if Babe succeeds in this exciting, funny and charming book, that was later adapted .
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Babe shirks this tendency, however, and shows that if one is willing to view with fresh eyes the others around them, good things can happen. Return to Book Page. Many will primarily take from this situation the reinforced lesson of "It's easier to attract flies with honey than vinegar", and note that it is Babe's exceedingly polite treatment of the sheep that ultimately garners success.