The Quest of the Warrior Sheep

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Sourcebooks, Inc., 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 215 pages
13 Reviews

"I loved this book from the first chapter to the last." -John Lloyd, The Bookbag

"Hilarious crime caper involving a gang of sheep and a mobile phone...what more could you ask for?" -Books Monthly

"...The most unlikely of all epic adventure novels you will ever come across." -James, Kid's Compass

OH MY GRASS!

When Sal the sheep is bonked on the head by an unidentified falling object, it can only mean one thing: Lord Aries, the Sheep of all Sheepdom is in trouble, and the sheep posse must save him.

Little do the sheep know that the mysterious object is actually a cell phone dropped by a couple of baaaaad bank robbers who will do anything to get it back. And a couple of woolbags aren't going to stand in their way!

And so the quest of the Warrior Sheep begins.
The bravest sheep in the universe are in for a wild ride!

  

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Review: The Quest of the Warrior Sheep (The Warrior Sheep #1)

User Review  - Michele Cirrincione - Goodreads

I didn't get passed the first chapter. Not my kind of book. At least my 8 year old enjoyed it. Read full review

Review: The Quest of the Warrior Sheep (The Warrior Sheep #1)

User Review  - Mya - Goodreads

Funny book about 5 sheep and a cell phone. Read full review

Contents

1 The Baaton
1
2 Unidentified Flying Objects
11
3 The Aliens
21
4 Grans Life Savings
31
5 Aries Calling
38
6 Dogs Must Be Carried
47
7 Eye Full
57
8 Methane Madness
67
14 Saffron Strikes
121
15 Deep in the Doody
126
16 No Escape
133
17 The North
141
18 Kraw
153
19 Bony Peak
167
20 BARMI
177
21 Tods Surprise
189

9 Flight Zero One
77
10 Lukes Big Decision
90
11 The Sheepdog
97
12 Lama Glama
103
13 Tonys Train Ride
113
22 Up and Away
200
About the Authors
204
Back Cover
205
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About the author (2010)

Christopher Russell was a postman when he had his first radio play broadcast in 1975. He has since been a full-time television and radio script writer, and, recently a children's novelist. While his wife, Christine, has always been closely involved with his work, this is the first book they've written together.

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