Sheep Take a Hike

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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That fun flock is raring for a rugged hiking adventure. Rapid rhythm, rhyme, and colorful illustrations make this a perfect introduction to poetry. "Fans of Shaw's silly sheep will flock to this . . . woolly adventure. . . . A rambunctious outing with riotous results." -- School Library Journal, starred review

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User Review  - Helcura - LibraryThing

I love the sheep series. In this one, the facial expressions on the animals really shine, especially the non-sheep characters. Margot Apple puts all sorts of little details into her illustrations and ... Read full review

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User Review  - conuly - LibraryThing

Yup, another sheep book. They're all cute books, but there's not much to say about any individual one. They go out on a hike, everything rhymes, things go ALL WRONG, they find their way home anyway, and we have a rhyming happy ending. (Yay!) Good for early readers and toddlers alike. Read full review

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Margot Apple is a freelance illustrator, having illustrated more than fifty books for children while also producing illustrations for Cricket" and "Ladybug" magazines. She now lives in Shelburn Falls, Massachusetts, with her husband and their pets, a dog and a cat. Nancy Shaw is the author of seven beloved tales featuring the endearing and comical sheep. She came up with the idea for the sheep books during a very long car trip with her husband and two children. She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan with her family. For more information, visit .

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