The Warrior Sheep Go West by Christopher and Christine Russell

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A wildly western adventure about five sheep, one mad professor and a quest to save all of sheepdom. A strange monster called Red Tongue has threatened all Rams, Ewes and Lambs. The Warrior Sheep know it’s up to them to stop him. Last time they saved the Sheep God. This time they have to save all of sheepdom. ‘We did it once, we can do it again,’ Wills the lamb says. And so the Warrior Sheep go West! To America, to the desert and the hot air of Las Vegas. But they have a crazy scientist following them, and Tod and Gran have been slung in jail by a over-zealous Sheriff. Can the Warriors give Professor Boomberg the slip and stop the sheep-killing monster? They’ll need to hoof it, before Red Tongue tramples all over America . . .

With the hilarity and madcap farce of Home Alone and the warmth of Babe The Sheep-Pig, Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run, The Warrior Sheep Go West is perfect for fans who are ready to move on from Cows in Action series. The much anticipated sequel to The Quest of the Warrior Sheep.


About Christopher and Christine Russell

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Christopher Russell had a successful career in British television drama before becoming a children's novelist. Christine has always been closely involved in his work. Now, they are writing together. The Warrior Sheep Go West is their second book, following closely on the hooves of The Quest of the Warrior Sheep.
Published February 2, 2011 by Jelly Pie. 240 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Sheltering from the rain in the barn, the five rare-breed sheep who saved the world (at least in their own minds) from Lambad the Bad (Quest of the Warrior Sheep, 2011) hear a threatening message from Ida’s laptop (currently serenading the chickens with Internet music).

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Here the sequel almost successfully hides its similar outline - questing sheep with the wrong end of the stick on a cross-country adventure - by furthering the scope of the story, but the freshness does not get maintained purely by making the sheep travel farther away.

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