Little Bo Peep by Priscilla Lamont


Little Bo Peep by Priscilla Lamont

Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep And doesn't know where to find them...You may think you know the story of Little Bo Peep and how she lost her sheep - but think again! Priscilla Lamont and the sheep relate what really happened that day on the farm...Little Bo Peep thought she would have some fun with her sheep, and tried to teach them the game of Hide and Seek. But the sheep just couldn't understand the rules and followed Bo Peep around - until finally they got the hang of the game, and then they all hid so well that no one could find them at all! The sheep were very pleased with themselves, and had a lovely day, but they were sorry that poor Bo Peep got the blame. This is a funny and delightful rhyming story based on the well-known nursery rhyme - the first title in the Nursery Rhyme Crimes series.


'Energetic and delightfully rhyming story.'

About the Author

PRISCILLA LAMONT studied graphic design at Canterbury College of Art. A full-time artist, she is a portrait painter as well as a successful children's book illustrator, Her books include Baby Rhyme Time (ISBN 9781845077143), Lovely Old Roly (ISBN 9780711214897) with Michael Rosen, The Hurricane Tree with Libby Purves and Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son (9781847801555) in the Nursery Rhyme Crimes series. She lives near Canterbury, Kent.

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24 pages
Interest Age: From 5


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Publication date

4th October 2012



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