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Sheep Trick or Treat Paperback – August 26, 2000
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Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Board book edition.
Top Customer Reviews
On Halloween night six sheep and their goose friend prepare their disguises for some trick or treat fun. Their intense faces are baa-baa-licious as they size and stitch and glue. They are even funny concentrating to make humps in one sheep's wool for dinosaur fins. How could a child be afraid of these sheep?
There are two pages that might be a tad daunting and provide shivers--the same shown on the cover. The shadows are really spooky! Even the black cat at the nearby barn hisses his fear. The horses, the cows, the chickens, even the spider give up their goodies for the sheep, then they head home to feast on their treats.
Wait, more animals. The wolves! What will happen with the wolves? You will just have to read the book to find out.
The illustrations, created by colored pencils, are beautiful with bright, but softened colors. The rhymes add to the overall effect. This book is a delightful winner with the small set, although older students are known to be seduced by the thrill of the story!
With flowing rhymes and beautiful illustrations, this is the best of the Sheep books I have seen so far. The rhymes are slightly longer than Sheep in a Jeep Lap-Sized Board Book and Sheep in a Shop (Read-Along) , and they are fun to read. The illustrations are charming as always. The part about the sheep not being afraid in the dark wood is a good illustration of how to be brave. All in all, this is a book that you *could* keep for a special time of year ... but you probably won't.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We checked this out at the library and my son loved it. I had to buy itPublished 10 months ago by BETHANY
Love these books! The pencil coloring Zander the rhymes keep my busy toddler very interested ;)Published 12 months ago by Yamile Wasslen
These are great books that capture children's imagination and have a nice turn of phrase.Published 14 months ago by Mel
The sheep dress up in handmade costumes and trick or treat in the Dell at the farm next door. Hungry wolves are frightened away by the sheep in costume and they make it safely home... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Dargrace
These books "Sheep" series are wonderful easy reading books that provides very much entertainment to kids as well as adults! They are wonderfully illustrated and designed. Read morePublished on December 28, 2013 by Jh