The Great Sheep Shenanigans

The Great Sheep Shenanigans

Book - 2012
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A confident wolf named Lou Pine is in for a surprise when he disguises himself and tries to outwit the "dumb" sheep.
Publisher: [Minneapolis] : Andersen Press USA : Distributed in the United States by Lerner Pub. Group, 2012
Edition: American ed
ISBN: 9780761389903
Branch Call Number: E BENTLY
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 29 cm
Additional Contributors: Matsuoka, Mei - Illustrator


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Jul 23, 2013

Lou Pine, a wily old wolf, lets his stomach do the talking as he sneaks up on a flock of sheep.

“A lamb for supper will taste mighty fine!”

Full of confidence and cunning, Lou slunks through the hedge and meets......Rambo the Ram.

“Scram!” bellowed Rambo. “Vamoose! Steer clear!”

Shocked by the sight of the curly horned, boxing glove wearing ram; Lou is not the least bit discouraged and comes up with an array of plans on which to proceed. Whether hanging out in a white gown on a clothesline, obtaining a white stripe from a street painter, or spinning into pink fluff in a cotton candy machine, Lou’s plans, though creative and action packed, are an epic fail. It isn’t until Lou makes a visit to Little Red Riding Hood’s grandma that he moves closer to achieving his goal of delectable little lamb chops.

Young readers will enjoy the journey as Lou tries time and time again to trick the sheep. Filled with expressive words like “skedaddling” and “kersplat” Benton keeps the vocabulary peppy. Excitingly fun, this sing-songy rhyme never grows old and is packed full of surprises that are sticky, buzzy, and stinky to name a few.


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