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Catherina Cunnane
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‘The real star of Clarkson’s Farm’ releases book

Clarkson’s Farm favourite, Kaleb Cooper, has penned his own book, The World According to Kaleb, which Quercus Publishing released last Thursday (October 13th, 2022).

In it, ‘the real star of Clarkson’s Farm’ shares his worldly wisdom on life’s big issues, from the difference between straw and hay to the importance of having a hair perm.

In The World According to Kaleb, he shares his thoughts on topics such as capital cities, famous people, hairstyles and why farming is the best job in the world. He even tells us why the chicken crossed the road.

A spokesperson for the publishing company said:

“Utterly hilarious, this is Kaleb as you have got to know and love him. His true, loveable, funny, and down-to-earth self, complete with deadpan gags and unique observations, will have you crying with laughter.”

“The book is fully illustrated throughout and will make an ideal Christmas gift.”

Cooper

Cooper is a farming contractor from Oxfordshire who plays a “central” advisory role to Jeremy Clarkson in all eight episodes of the Prime Video series Clarkson’s Farm.

Born in July 1998, he grew up in the Cotswolds and has been working in farming since he was at school.

He studied agriculture at Moreton Morrell College and is an avid tractor and car collector.

English broadcaster, writer, journalist, and former Top Gear presenter turned farmer, Jeremy Clarkson, will released his newest book, Diddly Squat: ‘Til The Cows Come Home, at the end of last month.

According to a spokesperson for Penguin Michael Joseph, Clarkson, brings together his latest Sunday Times farming columns in the second book in the Diddly Squat collection.

Its release follows his hugely successful Amazon Prime show, the latest series of which could hit our screens next year, as That’s Farming reported in this article.

The publishing firm has described Clarkson as “the surprising new poster boy for British farming”.

Read more on this news article.

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