Sheep Go to Sleep (Sheep in a Jeep) (Paperback)
In this newest paperback from the bestselling Sheep in a Jeep series, five restless sheep can’t get to sleep until a helpful collie comes to their rescue. This sweet and simple picture book read-aloud is perfect for lovers of the series and fans of classics like Bedtime for Francis.
It's time for bed but the sheep just can't settle down. Never fear, a trusty sheepdog is here to help.
What will it take to get these restless sheep to bed? A hug? A blanket? A drink of water? Will this dedicated collie ever get these bleating sheep to sleep?
From the team behind the bestselling Sheep in a Jeep, this sweet and silly sleepytime tale is perfect for anyone putting a demanding little one to bed.
About the Author
Nancy Shaw is the author of eight beloved tales featuring the endearing and comical sheep. She came up with the idea for the sheep books during a very long car trip with her husband and two children. She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan with her family. For more information, visit http://www.nancyshawbooks.com/.
Margot Apple is a freelance illustrator, having illustrated more than fifty books for children while also producing illustrations for "Cricket" and "Ladybug" magazines. She now lives in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, with her husband and their pets, a dog and a cat.
"The story is illustrated with Apple’s signature colored-pencil drawings; they are sweet and soft, just right for bedtime...This book will be a favorite for any reluctant sleepyheads"
—School Library Journal
"The combination of formula and subject is such a natural it's a wonder Shaw and Apple waited this long to put them together. A beguiling bedtime book and a nice choice for just before nap time."
"The endearing colored-pencil illustrations portray the animals' emotions with clarity and wit...this amiable picture book is just right for bedtime reading."
"Apple's soft colored-pencil illustrations set a peaceful pastoral scene, while the soothing assonant sounds of the text ask young listeners to, well, begin, counting their own sheep."
—Horn Book Magazine