REVIEW: Where Is The Green Sheep? By Mem Fox

Where is the green sheep
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REVIEW: Where Is The Green Sheep? By Mem Fox

BOOK NAME: WHERE IS THE GREEN SHEEP?

AUTHOR: MEM FOX

ILLUSTRATOR: JUDY HORACEK

PAGES: 32

PUBLISHER: HMH BOOKS

AGE RECOMMENDED: BABIES – PRESCHOOLERS

Where is the green sheep? is a very simple yet fun read for young children. The story starts with the quest for green sheep and in the search, one can find different sheep doing different things. You can find a bed sheep, a brave sheep, blue sheep, red sheep but not the green sheep.

This is the bed sheep.
This is the bed sheep.
This is the up, down and band sheep
This is the up, down and band sheep
Here is the car and train sheep
Here is the car and train sheep

This is a great book for a year old kid because of the lovely illustrations and usage of repetitive words on each page. They can also get to know different colours and also a simple way to introduce opposites while finding the green sheep.

You can introduce this book to babies and read aloud in a funny way as each page has a rhythm going.

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