Beep! Beep! Sheep in a jeep on a hill that’s steep.
Sheep in a Jeep is well loved by the preschool and early-reader sets for its slapstick story of five sheep (in a jeep) and silly sound effects—especially when the jeep goes splash and thud in the mud! Nancy Shaw’s rollicking rhymes are Seuss-snappy, and Margot Apple’s appealing pencil illustrations are expressive and hilarious. This 2010 board book edition, just right for small hands, includes a “Make Your Own Sheep” activity! (Think cotton balls.) Shear delight. Don’t miss Shaw and Apple’s other sheep-heaped titles in board book form: Sheep in a Shop, Sheep on a Ship, Sheep Out to Eat, Sheep Trick or Treat, and the lap-size board book edition of Sheep in a Jeep!
Bastian and Mama Thoughts:
This wonderful story is great for kids but especially for adults. The fun whimsical story is about a group of sheep going on a drive in their jeep. All off a sudden they have engine trouble and some pigs come to help. The ending has a great twist leaving you laughing. The story is written in rhymes making it an engaging read and interesting for little ones. Overall we give it 5 stars!