ShBeep the Unique Sheep

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This is an inspiring story about a girl named Pop and her sheep friend, ShBeep, who stand out from the crowd. After a small hiccup in their path to friendship, they became best friends. Pop and ShBeep always have each other’s backs as they encounter exciting adventures, including being chased by an angry mob! ShBeep and Pop have vivid imaginations and go on even more adventures in their super-duper topsy-turvy world. There may have been some bumps in the road, but Pop and ShBeep were always there for each other. The book portrays the true meaning of friendship, to accept each person for who they truly are. Pop and ShBeep live their own unique ways and love it all. They don’t care what other people think and support each other’s decisions. ShBeep loves to wear his hat with a feather and a bandana to distinguish himself from the other sheep. When the farmer shaves ShBeep’s wool off, ShBeep was embarrassed and hid behind a tree. He did not want his friend to see him like this, but when Pop did see him, she assured him she still liked him. It did not matter to her if ShBeep had wool or not, he was still unique to her. This book is well written and will help young kids be in a position to thrive as great readers. This book made me want to turn the page even as an older reader. The illustrations were well done and made the story come to life. I would definitely recommend this book as it teaches young kids about the true meaning of friendship, as well as how to accept everyone and their own unique ways. This was such an adventurous and heartfelt book that it made me jump out of my seat while learning some important life lessons “ When you stop expecting people to be perfect, you can like them for who they are” Donald Miller.

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Author T. E. Antonino
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 87 pages
Publish Date 2020-Nov-04
ISBN 0979868592987
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Issue March 2021
Category Early Reader


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