Silli’s Sheep  – by Tiffany Stone, illustrated by Louis Thomas,


  Silli’s Sheep – by Tiffany Stone, illustrated by Louis Thomas, Schwartz & Wade Books, 9781984848529, 2020

Format:  Hardcover

Rating: 1-5 (5 is an excellent or a Starred review) 5

What did you like about the book:  A colorful, funny story of Silli and his sheep is sure to entertain young readers.   Silli lives in a meadow and one morning a gust of wind arrives.  It is chilly and he now needs to find sheep to have wool to make yarn and a sweater to keep him warm.  Up on a hill he spots sheep and brings them back down to his meadow.  But their wool is too hard to make a sweater.  The wind comes again the next day and he realizes the ‘sheep’ keep the wind from off him. He creates a hut with the ‘sheep rocks’ that keep out the wind and he dreams of hot chocolate.   

Anything you didn’t like about it?  No

To whom would you recommend this book? A silly read aloud to share with little ones and discuss being creative and resourceful.

Who should buy this book?  Preschools, day cares, elementary schools, home and public libraries

Where would you shelve it ?  Picture books

Should we (librarians/readers) put this on the top of our “to read” piles? no

Reviewer’s Name, Library (or school), City and State: Julie Durmis, J.C. Solmonese Elementary School, Norton, MA

Date of review:  November 1, 2020

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