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Who knew there was such a need for a counting sheep tutorial? This story packs some silliness and inventive instruction, alongside Russell Ayto's usually hilarious illustrations.— From Jill's 2018 Picks
A time-honored bedtime ritual gets a new twist in this rollicking mash-up of counting sheep and nursery rhyme characters.
One night, a boy counts sheep as he tries to fall asleep.
99. 100. 101....
Sheep 101 is stuck in the fence. Will he ever get out and get the little boy to sleep? Meet Sheep 101 and his colorful cast of characters, like Humpty Dumpty, Blind Mouse, Little Piggy, and more!
From Richard T. Morris, author of This Is a Moose, and beloved illustrator LeUyen Pham comes a hilarious story with vibrant illustrations full of late-night hijinks that will spark every child's imagination.
About the Author
Richard T. Morris is the author of This Is a Moose and Bye-Bye, Baby! and a former E.B. White Award Honoree and Midwest Bookseller Choice Award winner. He lives in New Jersey with his family.
New York Times bestselling illustrator LeUyen Pham has created over ninety books for children, including The Princess in Black series with Shannon and Dean Hale, Freckleface Strawberry with Julianne Moore, and her own The Bear Who Wasn't There.
Praise for Sheep 101:A B&N Kids Blog Best Picture Book of the Month
"This hilarious mishmash of cuddly sheep and fairy tale characters will have your little one giggling all the way to sleep."—B&N Kids Blog
"This is an exciting read-aloud, and little listeners will not be disappointed as the story resolves-eventually-with sleep."—BookPage
* "Cheeky characters, onomatopoeia, and plenty of goofy action will keep the pages turning and force rereads."—Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"It's practically guaranteed that readers will go giggling into that good night."—Publishers Weekly
"Morris' over-the-top humor will delight imaginative kiddos."—Booklist