Friday, May 24, 2013

One sheep, blue sheep

by Thom Wiley

Imagine a farm.  OK, that one's a little boring.  You need some color.  Maybe some paint spilled onto a sheep.  If it happens again and again, you will have a very fanciful flock.  The fun loving farmer in this story doesn't seem the least perturbed.  In fact, he's very good at finding a resourceful way to use his newly dyed wool. 

While this board book may not draw enough fans to last as a classic of children's literature, it is a fun read.  I recommend tying it to a rendition of Baa, Baa, Black Sheep with a colorful flock in the song as well.

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