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Little Bo Peep's troublesome sheep

Little Bo Peep's troublesome sheep

Cowell, Cressida

Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep so she goes to the library to borrow a book on finding sheep. But who else is browsing through the shelves? Come into the library and find out! Meet all your favourite nursery rhyme characters, including Little Boy Blue, Mother Goose, the Big Bad Wolf and the Queen of Hearts

Paperback, Book. English. Children's stories.
Published London: Hodder, 2009
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Details

ISBN: 0340918209, 9780340918203
Note: Paperback.
Physical Description: 28 p. : col.ill., chiefly ; 27x25x1 cm.
Subject: Early Years.; Picture Books.; Libraries Juvenile fiction.; Picture books.; Picture books for children.; Sheep Juvenile fiction.; 0-5 years; Fiction; Novelty Book; Non-character; Non Tie-in.

Reviews

Cowell borrows unashamedly from other writers, transforming their ideas into something her own through the twist of her wit and the brilliance of her illustration
TES Primary||This book is so witty and accomplished that it's hard to believe it's her first
The Herald, Glasgow||The wacky humour means older children and even adults will enjoy the books long after they have outgrown nursery rhymes
The Bookseller||An outstanding book
Books for Keeps||Clever, witty, stuffed with visual and verbal references to the world of nursery rhymes and stories
Guardian Education||Witty and entertaining with an all-important message: keep reading!
The Independent||With loads to look at and enjoy, this brilliant book is destined to be a great hit with everyone (and especially librarians)
Kids Out||This novelty book is bursting with puns and jokes that will keep older children entertained as well as those who are learning nersery rhymes
The Good Book Guide||A wonderfully inventive story
The Independent||Small children will treasure it and older childen will want to invent a literary voyage of their own
Junior Education||Ingenious, colourful and well-constructed, this is a hugely tempting and entertaining book for young readers, with a knowing twist of humour for the supporting adult
Carousel||There isn't a child out there who won't love Bo Peep's Troublesome Sheep. It's funny, charming, and a worthy addition to any bookshelf
The Bookbag||Great fun from Cressida Cowell
School Librarian||Witty and entertaining with an all important message: keep reading!
THE INDEPENDENT||''...an outstanding book..."
TES PRIMARY||"Every reception and key stage one classroom should have one."
Eary Years Educator||"A delightful novelty book."
The Bookseller||''There isn't a child out there who won't love Little Bo Peep's Troublesome Sheep"
Bookbag||A hugely tempting and entertaining book for young readers.
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