Super Sheep Saves the Day

Super Sheep Saves the Day

by Jacqui Moody Luther, Paul Nicholls, Richard Codor
     
 

Sheep, all decked out in her superhero costume, is looking for something to do. Does that bowl belong in a tree? No, but an owl would love to be there! Using slightly more complex word building concept, this board book also offers hidden surprises for preschoolers.

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Sheep, all decked out in her superhero costume, is looking for something to do. Does that bowl belong in a tree? No, but an owl would love to be there! Using slightly more complex word building concept, this board book also offers hidden surprises for preschoolers.

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Children's Literature
This silly story has a sheep as some sort of masked crusader. She flies around changing or adding letters to words to combat disaster, or for no really realistic reason. In the first spread, she spies a bowl in a tree. By removing the "B" an owl flies free. There are sliders on each page to reveal the actions and also to show the new word. For those not yet reading, the stylized letters used to create the image may be hard to decipher. For those old enough to read, a board book with pull tabs will not hold a lot of appeal. It is a book that does not nicely fit into an age group. The sliders may need some adult assistance on the first pass to get them moving. This is part of the "Word World" series. 2004, Running Press, Ages 4 to 6.
—Marilyn Courtot

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780762419937
Publisher:
Running Press Book Publishers
Publication date:
04/11/2005
Series:
Word World: Where Words Come Alive Push and Pull Board Bks.
Pages:
12
Product dimensions:
5.80(w) x 5.80(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
4 - 8 Years

Meet the Author

Jacqueline Moody-Luther is one of the creative minds behind Word World. Currently she is developing a Word World animated television series for PBS that helps preschoolers become reading ready. Jacqui lives in Connecticut with her family.Words are like living entities to Jacqui. She first had the pleasure of seeing her words “come alive” as a playwright. She has also taught writing on the college level, and worked with preschoolers as well. Although she has edited a variety of subject matter over the years, Jacqui is happiest writing and editing children’s literature. She is fascinated by the power that words can have over-and can bestow upon-children.

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