Little Bo Peep and Her Bad Bad Sheep A Mother Goose Hullabaloo Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep as usual What starts out as a simple nursery rhyme quickly derails into mayhem Bo Peep can t find her sheep but readers will and they ll be coaching Bo from the sid

  • Title: Little Bo Peep and Her Bad, Bad Sheep: A Mother Goose Hullabaloo
  • Author: A.L. Wegwerth Luke Flowers
  • ISBN: 9781479564835
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep as usual What starts out as a simple nursery rhyme quickly derails into mayhem Bo Peep can t find her sheep, but readers will, and they ll be coaching Bo from the sidelines as they watch her mischievous sheep swiping mittens from kittens, toppling Humpty Dumpty, and trampling Mary s garden Dozens of beloved Mother Goose characters havLittle Bo Peep has lost her sheep as usual What starts out as a simple nursery rhyme quickly derails into mayhem Bo Peep can t find her sheep, but readers will, and they ll be coaching Bo from the sidelines as they watch her mischievous sheep swiping mittens from kittens, toppling Humpty Dumpty, and trampling Mary s garden Dozens of beloved Mother Goose characters have cameos and all have run ins with the sheep Readers will giggle all the way to the end when at last they can finish the rhyme, as the sheep sheepishly come home, wagging their tails, of course.

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    One Reply to “Little Bo Peep and Her Bad, Bad Sheep: A Mother Goose Hullabaloo”

    1. Thank you, NetGalley and Capstone Young Readers, for providing me with an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.This is a fantastic book! The storytelling is fun and will make children laugh. What really makes this book special is the illustrations. As the book progresses, there are more and more characters from popular nursery rhymes, as well as lesser known characters, who make an appearance. It was a lot of fun looking at the pictures to see who I could find. Can you name them all [...]

    2. This one was fun! It had a lot of stuff going on on the pages, so not only could you read the story, but you could find and discuss a lot of stuff what was going on in the pictures. I really nice book for storytime with little ones.

    3. This is a retelling of Little Bo-Peep on one page and on the opposite a cluttered page of other nursery rhyme characters in venettes with dialog bubbles. The missing sheep can be found also on the busy page.While the idea is clever and the illustrations creative, dialog bubbles make the book hard to read to a child or classroom, especially since there are so many little pictures and references to other nursery rhymes that may or may not be familiar to children. The one thing that does help this [...]

    4. This is a fun and colorful book featuring many nursery rhyme characters and rhymes. You could read this book over and over and notice new things about it!

    5. MULTI STAFF REVIEW!!Miss Jolyce:Fun book but older nursey rhymes might get lost with younger readers. Great illustration!Miss Kelly:This picture book is decidedly NOT for the very young, unless they are one on one with an adult that has at LEAST a half hour of uninterrupted time time pore over the pages AND they are already familiar with a large selection of Mother Goose rhymes.Rather, this picture book is perfect for the older reader (3rd - 6th grades and over) who enjoys a fracturing of the fa [...]

    6. Chaos has struck nursery rhyme land in A.L. Wegwerth’s LITTLE BO PEEP AND HER BAD, BAD SHEEP. Seriously, if someone said, “Tell me one word to describe this book,” it would be CHAOS. Some of the pages make Where’s Waldo seem orderly. The story has potential. The illustrations are just begging to be part of an ADHD case study.The story is a retelling of Little Bo Peep with cameos from pretty much every Mother Goose character you can think of. The concept is pretty neat. It begins with Lit [...]

    7. Fractured FunRemember the "Fractured Fairytales" episodes on the old "Rocky and Bullwinkle" cartoon show? This book reminded me of that. There was almost always a deadpan, put-upon princess who offered dry commentary on the storyline and talked back to the narrator, who himself offered droll versions of the tales. Well, that's in general what you get here.Bo Peep has lost control of her naughty sheep, and they're wandering around creating havoc. The big joke is that they are wandering around thr [...]

    8. One might think this book is simply about Little Bo Peep and her bad, bad sheep, but they would be wrong. Readers will find not only Little Bo Peep, but 38 other nursery rhymes in this fun book. The narrator in the story has a very difficult time reciting Little Bo Peep's nursery rhyme, but who can blame her when there is SO much going on in the illustrationsNursery rhyme characters are running wild all on the pages of this book. The illustrations will capture even the youngest reader, or listen [...]

    9. Little Bo Peep's rogue sheep have done it again! They have taken off and she doesn't know where to find them. She is frantic and worried and starts her search immediately to get them back home safe and sound and under her protective care once again.Little does she know that they are causing chaos and mayhem in Nursey Rhyme Land bumping into beloved Nursey Rhyme characters and causing trouble to all those that they meet. They swoop in and steal the three little kittens' mittens and take off with [...]

    10. I have never seen such a massive mash-up of mother goose tales. I know this is geared toward a much younger age group, but as an adult I found it fascinating to figure out all the figures from the fairy tales. (Like my alliteration?) At least 34 nursery rhymes are represented here. The bad sheep are running away (this is why Bo Peep couldn’t find them), stealing mittens (which is why the kittens lost them), getting caught up with the 3 blind mice who are being chased by the farmers wife. While [...]

    11. (I received a free copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.)Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep usual. What starts out as a simple nursery rhyme quickly derails into mayhem. Bo Peep can’t find her sheep, but readers will, and they’ll be coaching Bo from the sidelines as they watch her mischievous sheep swiping mittens from kittens, toppling Humpty Dumpty, and trampling Mary’s garden. Dozens of beloved Mother Goose characters have cameosd all have run-ins with the s [...]

    12. This picture book is decidedly NOT for the very young, unless they are one on one with an adult that has at LEAST a half hour of uninterrupted time time pore over the pages AND they are already familiar with a large selection of Mother Goose rhymes.Rather, this picture book is perfect for the older reader (3rd - 6th grades and over) who enjoys a fracturing of the familiar, and Where's Waldo style chaos. The art is beautifully bright and sharp, and the style reminds me of Rocky & Bullwinkle i [...]

    13. I received a free copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.When I was growing up Stinky Cheese and all the fractured nursery rhymes were some of my favorite books. I LOVED the silly satire even as a kid. So, I was pretty sure this book would be right up my alley. And it was. It was cheeky, gorgeously and cleverly illustrated, and full of fun puns and whit.However, it is slated for kids 4-8. And my 7 and 9-year-old didn't get nearly as much out of it as I did. I felt lik [...]

    14. I absolutely loved this book. So much so, I ordered the hardback as soon as I was finished. Poor Little Bo Peep has her hands full as she attempts to tell her story with interruptions galore. The illustrations throughout are beautifully detailed with so many of my heartfelt Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes. It is very busy and will give an eye full for the reader to soak in. It's quirky and fun. At the end of the book, it asks you if you were able to find the many listed Nursery Rhymes that it gives, [...]

    15. This one made my son laugh so hard I thought he was going to fall out of his chair. He loves absolute ridiculous silliness and this fits the bill. It begins with "Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep" in the most traditional way, but the pages are quickly overrun by every Mother Goose rhyme you can imagine. Follow Bo Peep's sheep as they make all sorts of mischief with the other nursery rhyme characters and laugh as the narrator loses their patience. At the end you will even find four pages of nurs [...]

    16. I received a copy of this e-book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. This book was so fun even as an e-book, can't imagine how much more fun the hardback would be to have. In this Mother Goose re-telling, the narrator is trying to tell the story of Little Bo Peep but he keeps getting interrupted. On each new page there is something else going on to view in the fun pictures. There is also a find a picture "game" you can play on each page, trying to find all the nursery rhym [...]

    17. LITTLE BO PEEP AND HER BAD, BAD SHEEPWritten by A.L. Wegwerth Illustrated by Luke Flowers2016, 40 PagesGenre: picture book, nursery rhymes, children's, humour(I received an ARC from the NETGALLEY in exchange for an honest review.)★★★★I enjoyed this cute, funny story about Little Bo Peep losing her bad, bad sheep! As she starts to look for her sheep others join her and make the nursery rhyme into a tongue twister. This silly story will keep parents entertained as they read the book to the [...]

    18. In this day and age, children do not seem to know the Nursery Rhymes like they used too. What a fun way to teach them. Little Bo Peep is trying to find her sheep who have run away. They are wreaking havoc in Mother Goose Land and leaving a hullabaloo in their wake. Each page has character from the nursery rhymes dealing with situations from their own nursery rhyme. Eventually the sheep come home. The back of the book shows all the characters and asks if you found them in the story. You would the [...]

    19. This interrupted Nursery Rhyme is fun and busy and offers a great "search and find." It would almost make a good read aloud except that there are too many speech bubbles and business to share this book with more than a one-on-one reading.The digital art is fun and dynamic, though, so it is worth a flip through, and would make a great gift, especially paired with Mother Bruce or Battle Bunny

    20. I received this book from NetGalley. The book is sparse on words and doesn't do much storytelling in the classic sense. However, it is a visual extravaganza with storytelling in the pictures and lots of sight gags. Fans of Marianne Dubuc's books will love this book. It's a great picture book for PreK-K kids as it includes all of the classic nursery rhyme figures and the appendix at the end includes all of the corresponding nursery rhymes. The illustrations are whimsical with nursery rhyme figure [...]

    21. Adorable book! Little Bo Peep is ready to tell her tale, but a cast of crazy nursery rhyme characters keep getting in way. They march across the pages with their expressive faces and distract her from sharing her story and rounding up her wayward sheep.I love that the back of the book contains the illustration of each of the crazy nursery rhyme characters and their own actual nursery rhyme. Older children will enjoy finding them where they appear and younger children will appreciate the original [...]

    22. Raising Fairies and KnightsA Mother Goose Hullabaloo is not kidding. Those sheep as very bad. Little Bo Peep has to chase after her naughty sheep all over Mother Goose land running into Nursery Rhyme characters as she goes.My daughter loves this book, but I cannot for the life of me figure out why. I find this book hard to read because of everything going on. It’s a great book for them to look at on their own, tons to see and explore.raisingfairiesandknights.c

    23. I liked this take--tons of mother goose rhymes in here. Lots of word bubbles and signs to read. I think this would be done best one on one or two with older kids who've been exposed to mother goose rhymes--or at least their parents/caregivers have been. But don't worry if you haven't, they're all in the back and you can go back through and find them--I must admit, I missed a few the first time throught!

    24. I received this book through NetGalley.This has the story of Little Bo Peep trying to tell her story but she kept getting interrupted by other nursery rhymes. I thought there was a little too much going on in each page which caused it to not flow as much as I would have liked. I feel that the kids would need to have a good background of other nursery rhymes to understand some of the humor but I was glad to see the nursery rhymes listed at the end to help give that foundation.

    25. This book is pure chaos, but a blast for early readers. There is so much going on, it's like a where's Wally of nursery rhythm characters. I think younger children would really enjoy finding all the characters from the Nursery Rhythms, within these pages and all the fun and mayhem that is going on all while poor Bo Peep is trying to find her Bad, Bad sheep.

    26. I understand the aims of the author here, but for me, this book was just too much all over the place and I couldn't focus. Best used one-on-one with a child so that all the nursery rhyme characters can be found and the story line can be maintained.

    27. I liked all the fairy tale and nursery rhyme references. However, I think many of those would be lost on younger readers. Older readers will have a blast trying to figure out where some of the characters come from (and luckily, there's a handy guide in the back!).

    28. Meh the story was really kind of lame, which is a bummer cuz it's written by a local author. The illustrations is what really made this story. Though I'll give props where they are due for the creativity to mix all the nursery rhymes and have them in the pictures cohesively!

    29. Bright, busy, silly illustrations make up this fractured nursery rhyme adventure. Each page is a busy mash up of nursery rhymes as Bo Peep searches through them for her sheep. Actual nursery rhymes are included at the end of this cute book. I received this book free to review from Netgalley.

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