The real star of ‘Clarkson’s Farm’, Kaleb Cooper became fan favourite after his hilarious no-nonsense replies to boss Jeremy Clarkson as he learnt the ways of the world of farming on his Costwold Farm Diddly Squat. Whilst we wait for Clarkson’s Farm series two, Kaleb has a treat whilst we wait.
Farm hand Kaleb, one of the key components of the hit Amazon Prime TV show, has written a book The World According To Kaleb that is soon to be released.
You can pre-order the book – and if you order through WH Smith, can receive a signed copy. Kaleb revealed via his Instagram he was signing 2,500 books ready to sell.
The video showed Kaleb seeming to be in the signing process giving himself the task of signing as many copies as possible before the pen ran out.
On Instagram, he wrote: “Something new everyday. Signing 2,500 books and of course I had to know how many my pen would sign before it run out.”
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The WH Smith website blurb about the book read: “Introducing Clarkson’s Farm favourite Kaleb Cooper’s worldly wisdom on life’s big issues: sheep (‘stupid’), Jeremy Clarkson (‘f***ing idiot’), goats (‘they’re a proper good clear-up animal, they eat everything – no wonder they taste horrible’), New York (‘if it’s like London, where there are no tractors, that’s no good’) and more. 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. Dubbed ‘the real star of Clarkson’s Farm’, Kaleb reveals his true, loveable, funny and down-to-earth self, with deadpan gags and unique observations that will have you crying with laughter. Utterly hilarious, this is Kaleb as you’ve got to know him and love him on the hugely successful television series.”
The first series received rave reviews from fans and critics alike. It scored a massive 9.0 on IMDB, which is unheard of. The little Cotswold Farm in Chipping Norton is the most idyllic backdrop for the Top Gear presenter to be typical Clarkson.
But, it wasn’t just about Clarkson and his ‘isms’, the programme highlights some real issues in farming and, along with the relationship between Clarkson and Kaled, makes for addictive viewing.
If like us you’d like to pre-order a copy head over to their website here.
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