Book Reading Challenge : Book 12

“Baa Baa Smart Sheep”                                                                         

This is an hilarious picture book written by Mark Sommerset and illustrated by his wife Rowan.  I had the pleasure of meeting Mark when he was doing a book signing out at the Coatesville market on the Western outskirts of Auckland, one Sunday a few months ago.  While browsing through his books I noticed they were lyrical and he informed me he was also a songwriter, (no wonder). 

Bored Baa Baa decides to play a trick on Quirky Turkey and the poor bird falls for Baa Baa’s mischief.  Lord knows what is going to happen to Silly Billy……. or do we know already?

I am so pleased to be able to review one of their books, with its clean clear lines, soft colours and cute drawings it will certainly be any childs favourite.  I am also delighted to note that this one aged for 3 years and up, is a finalist in the NZ Post Children’s Book Awards for 2011.  Congratulations Mark and Rowan, their colourful website is attached to my blogroll here on this page.

 

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About Diane Tulloch

Known also as the Patientdreamer I am a writer who loves to dream, and is passionate about writing stories for the young so that they may join me in the wonders of adventure in countries and cultures afar, and in special moments to remember.
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2 Responses to Book Reading Challenge : Book 12

  1. Patricia says:

    Boy your are on a roll! Another book in the competition. Sounds like a charming, lyrical ad silly book for young children. They love rhyming.

  2. ha, yes I am on a roll alright. This is a very cute book. They have others which are also just as delightful, and I am wishing them well for the awards.

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