Where Is the Green Sheep? (Board book)
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DescriptionThere are red sheep and blue sheep, wind sheep and wave sheep, scared sheep and brave sheep, but where is the green sheep? The search is on in this cozy, sheep-filled story that comes complete with sleepy rhymes and bright illustrations. Full color.
- Published: 16 March 2009
- Format: Board book 32 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780152067045 ISBN 10: 0152067043
- Sales rank: 3
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Reviews for Where Is the Green Sheep?
Great story, simple but good for quick read before bed. Helps with colours and other instructions. A new favourite. by Julie Byersunder review
Where IS that green sheep?
Simple, unique, fun.
My 2 1/2 year old and 5 year old have both memorised this book, and we still read it every day. Delightful. This truly is a must-have book! by Francineunder review
Great Green Sheep
This is a fantastic book. I started reading it to my son when he was about 4 months old, he loved it then for all the colorful pictures, my son is now nearly two and it is still one of his favorite books. He loves he wonderful rhyming nature of the book and pointing out all the different colored sheep. He never seems to tire of it and surprisingly neither do I. by Anita Turnerunder review
No Green Sheep Blues
Who would have guessed the world of sheep could be so interesting? They're blue and red, have baths, and go to bed. Not to mention clowning around, surfing, fixing cars, and seeing stars.
"Where is the Green Sheep" has an easy, fun rhyme that is soon memorised so that you can continue reading aloud even when the book has been appropriated for chewing on. My baby loves this book; opening and closing the book to find a different picture keeps him amused for ages. But it is also a book that I haven't become sick of yet despite reading it constantly for a year. I definitely recommend this quirky little book. by Elsa Nealunder review