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71 Sheep Try Soccer

Hardback (Picture book)

Age range 4 +

Sheep aren’t exactly renowned for their organisation skills, so when 71 sheep arrange a game of soccer, things are always going to get interesting. When their ball gets stuck in a tree, how will all the sheep cooperate to retrieve it? And when an unexpected danger presents itself, how will the sheep organise themselves to stay safe….and finish their game of soccer?

71 Sheep try soccer is a quirky and humorous book, showing young readers how unexpected challenges can be triumphed by imagination and cooperation.

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71 Sheep Try Soccer

Author: Pablo Albo

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