Sheep Go to Sleep

by Nancy E. Shaw, Margot Apple

In this newest paperback from the bestselling Sheep in a Jeep series, five restless sheep can’t get to sleep until a helpful collie comes to their rescue. This sweet and simple picture book read-aloud is perfect for lovers of the series and fans of classics like Bedtime for Francis. 

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-13/ EAN: 9781328603685
  • ISBN-10: 1328603687
  • Pages: 32
  • Publication Date: 07/09/2019
  • Carton Quantity: 50

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  • About the Book
    In this newest paperback from the bestselling Sheep in a Jeep series, five restless sheep can’t get to sleep until a helpful collie comes to their rescue. This sweet and simple picture book read-aloud is perfect for lovers of the series and fans of classics like Bedtime for Francis.  

     

    It's time for bed but the sheep just can't settle down. Never fear, a trusty sheepdog is here to help.   

     

    What will it take to get these restless sheep to bed? A hug? A blanket? A drink of water? Will this dedicated collie ever get these bleating sheep to sleep? 

      

    From the team behind the bestselling Sheep in a Jeep, this sweet and silly sleepytime tale is perfect for anyone putting a demanding little one to bed.

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    "The story is illustrated with Apple’s signature colored-pencil drawings; they are sweet and soft, just right for bedtime...This book will be a favorite for any reluctant sleepyheads" 

    —School Library Journal 

     

    "The combination of formula and subject is such a natural it's a wonder Shaw and Apple waited this long to put them together. A beguiling bedtime book and a nice choice for just before nap time." 

    —Kirkus 

     

    "The endearing colored-pencil illustrations portray the animals' emotions with clarity and wit...this amiable picture book is just right for bedtime reading." 

    —Booklist 

     

    "Apple's soft colored-pencil illustrations set a peaceful pastoral scene, while the soothing assonant sounds of the text ask young listeners to, well, begin, counting their own sheep." 

    —Horn Book Magazine

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