The Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing

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ISBN: 9780745965000 Categories: ,

ISBN: 9780745965000

Publication date: February 20, 2015

Format: Paperback

Extent: 32 pages

Dimensions: 215mm(length) 260mm(width)

Imprint: Lion Children's Books

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Once upon a time there lived a family of sheep. They grazed on grass, crunched on clover, and played on green pastures. Except for Little Sheep, that is, who was bored with her peaceful life. So she makes an unusual decision… Little Sheep is having a great time at wolf school in her new knitted wolf suit and has even made friends with Little Wolf! But things all become rather more complicated when Little Wolf invites her home for dinner… A wonderfully funny pun-filled twist on a classic tale by expert storyteller Bob Hartman, and illustrated by Tim Raglin, whose humorous pictures complement the story perfectly.

Meet the author: Bob Hartman

Bob Hartman

Bob Hartman is a professional storyteller and award-winning children’s author of over seventy books. He was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but now lives in Wiltshire. He ha s been entertaining audiences on both sides of the Atlantic for over 30years with his books and performances, which bring together retellings of Bible stories and traditional tales from around the world with his own imaginative stories. His books are full of humour and insightwhilst his storytelling sessions are exciting, engaging, dynamic – and above all, interactive! The Lion Storyteller Bible is used in schools across the United Kingdom as part of a Bible project calledOpen the Book, and is regularly performed for over 800,000 children inmore than 3,000 primary schools. He is well known for his hugely popular The Lion Storyteller collection, the Telling the Bible series, and the highly acclaimed picture books:&nb sp;The Wolf Who Cried BoyDinner in the Lions’Den and The Three Billy Goats’ Stuff


Meet the author: Tim Raglin

Tim Raglin earned a degree from Washington University’s School of Fine Arts in St Louis and immediately launched into the world of freelance illustration. Tim is also involved with a children’s video production compa ny, where he writes, illustrates and directs his own films, and has won a Grammy Award for Best Children’s Recording. Tim has also won a silvermedal from the New York Society of Illustrators, a Reader’s Choice Award (for The Wolf Who Cried Boy) and a Parent’s Choice Award (for Bill in aChina Shop).


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