Tinka

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Simon & Schuster, 2003 - Children's stories - 33 pages
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What's is like to be so small you can fit under a door?
Tinka is a tiny little sheep - she is only the size of a cupcake - and the other sheep in the barn tease and make fun of her. But Tinka is small enough to ride on the back of a bird, is small enough to have amazing adventures that the other sheep can only dream about. With her friend, Sooty the crow, Tinka sets off on an amazing journey of discovery and on her return realises that it's ok to be different.

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User Review  - ElizaJane - LibraryThing

Rainy Dohaney is an alias used by graphic artist Renee French to write two children's picture books in early 2000. I was first introduced to French through her current children's graphic novel Barry's ... Read full review

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User Review  - hvachetta - LibraryThing

Tinka is a sheep the size of a cupcake, and the other sheep tease her about not being able to do as much as they do. Tinka is small, but she still manages to do something grand that the other sheep ... Read full review

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