The Sheep Go on Strike

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The sheep didn’t want to be sheared, and when the sheepdog tried to get the sheep to do what they were supposed to, they almost ran him over. Then all the animals took sides with either the dogs or the sheep. Then there was chaos – a fraggling fraos. Finally, when the sheep were getting sheared, they heard quite strange noises. And then, in the morning the sheep had a surprise!

I didn’t like how this book talked about throwing insults, and it’s quite violent. A lot of the animals are really angry. But I like the way they came up with a good solution and stop being angry. I like how the author wrote this book. It was an interesting story and it tells me to never tell other people to join me and fight someone else; it tells you to be kinder and work out the problem. Because if you don’t, your future might be that your son is going to be in a war. The sheep had funny faces and the last picture is my favorite, but I won’t tell you what it is, because that would spoil the surprise; you will have to read it yourself to find out!

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Author Jean-Francois Dumont
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 34 pages
Publisher Eerdmans Books for Young Readers
Publish Date 28-Sep-2014
ISBN 9780802854704
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Issue January 2015
Category Children's


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