The Great Sheep Shenanigans by Peter Bently

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This is a funny story with great rhymes and unusual language to find in a children's picture book...
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A lamb for my supper will taste mighty fine! thought a wily old wolf by the name of Lou Pine as he sneakily, slyly snuck up on the flock. But it wasn't the sheep that were in for a shock With a stunningly cunning plan, Lou Pine finds a disguise that is sure to deliver a lamb stew or two. But this flock of sheep aren't quite the dumb mutton they seem..
 

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Peter Bentley is the author of several books for children and enjoys visiting schools and sharing his writing. He lives in England with his wife and two children. Mei Matsuoka graduated from Kingston University with a degree in Illustration. She is passionate about music, traveling, and filling up her sketchbooks. She also loves tortoises, eating out, and snowboarding.
 
Published September 12, 2011 by Andersen Press. 21 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife.
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Reviewed by Nicki and Luke, aged 4 on May 15 2012

This is a funny story with great rhymes and unusual language to find in a children's picture book...

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