The Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing (Laugh-Along Lessons)
A sheep that tried to make everyone notice her received an invitation to a costume ball, and she went in a wolf costume. A wolf in sheep’s clothing appeared in the ballroom. The sheep saw his furry tail, feet, and hands. Then the wolf stole some sheep from the ballroom! The sheep said she had a surprise for the wolf, who thought the sheep was his mother. She told the wolf he must take a bath, clean his paws, and brush his face, and do all his homework and clean up his room! That did it; the wolf was in a complete tantrum. He flumped and grumped until he was so tired. The sheep took off her costume and said she was a ewe, and that was more than his brain could process! So the wolf left, and forgot all about dinner. All the sheep scrambled out and hugged the sheep that was in wolf’s clothing. This book was so funny – the wolf, what he was saying and when he was flopping the sheep into his bag and when he said, “I’m not a you, I’m a me! I came as a me and I’ll leave as a me!” And that’s all that my brain can process!
|Author||Helen Lester, Lynn Munsinger, illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
|Publisher||HMH Books for Young Readers|
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