Selma by Jutta Bauer

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A little book about a very big question: What is happiness?

For Selma the sheep, the answer is easy. Happiness is eating grass, playing with her children, exercising, eating a little more grass, chatting with her neighbor, and a good night sleep. But what if Selma had more time? What if she won the lottery?


About Jutta Bauer

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Published August 1, 2003 by Kane/Miller Book Pub. 51 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Bauer's hand-size volume delivers big things in a small package. Her pen-and-ink and watercolor wash images framed on creamy pages with generous borders make the perfect accompaniment for her s

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"Every morning at sunrise, Selma would eat a little grass.../...she would play with her children until lunchtime.../ ...exercise in the afternoon," says the ram, unspooling her day at a leisurely pace.

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