- Audio CD
- Publisher: Scholastic (2010)
- ASIN: B003BM1P5S
- Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,575,493 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Woolbur (CD & Paperback) Audio CD – 2010
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Basically, Maa and Paa would have preferred a conformist. What they got instead was Woolbur. Woolbur is a sheep that has his own way of doing things. While all the others card the wool set before them, Woolbur cards the wool that's still on his body. If others are spinning wool in front of a spinning wheel, he's riding it.Read more ›
"You look unbelievable!" said Paa.
"I know," said Woolbur. "Isn't it great?"
"It will never wash out!" said Maa.
"I know, " said Woolbur. "Isn't it great?"
Whether he's carding, spinning, or weaving, Woolbur's uncoventional approach to wool causes his nervous parents to pull their own wool at night, waiting for the day when Woolbur will finally follow the flock. "It's what we sheep do," say Maa and Paa, begging him to change his ways.
But Woolbur's spirited individuality can't be sheared, and before long he has the rest of the flock following him. Woolbur is the perfect yarn to share with kids who dare to be different, as well as those who need a nudge to let their own light shine. Go Woolbur!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fun story with a twist; perfect for the child who feels different and for the child who's a leader. The expressions and renderings of the characters are great!Published 1 month ago by Mom
Fabulous story of a free spirit! Every family should own this book. Delightful illustrations and very well written. Excellent quality. Great Buy. Highly recommend.Published 4 months ago by Megan R. Jepsen
I read this book often to the children in my class, but I think that adults can get a lot out of it as well. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mirrani