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A rather odd book, but I really enjoyed it. Sorry it ended before the sheep went to Europe though.Published 4 days ago by Eliza Pattie
A rather odd book, but I really enjoyed it. Sorry it ended before the sheep went to Europe though.Published 5 days ago by John Myers
Unusual idea and really well done. Sweet but not cloying. I liked these sheep and they did solve the mystery.Published 14 days ago by Rufusme
If you are a fan of animals thinking and acting somewhat like humans you will enjoy this book. There were a couple of highlights in how the sheep would interpret humans and their... Read morePublished 17 days ago by nursey
I found the book confusing and garbled. Apparently it is a translation. Perhaps in the original language there might not have been as much confusion. Read morePublished 20 days ago by jbpiers
A rather odd book, but I really enjoyed it. Sorry it ended before the sheep went to Europe though.Published 23 days ago by Judith
The sheep aren't as smart as they think, but then neither are the humans. The story is engaging and sly.Published 1 month ago by EGilbride
In which the sheep set out to solve the murder of their shepherd. They are unusually clever and knowledgeable because their shepherd read to them every night. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Grandma Sandy