Item description for Sheep Share (Board Books) by Anne Catharine Blake...
Overview Reading to young children, even before they understand the words, helps build vocabulary and encourages early learning. These two durable board books help infants and toddlers make a start on the road to knowledge. Each book introduces God so children can begin learning about Him in their formative years.
Publishers Description Rhyming text and whimsical illustrations introduce young children to God, help them build vocabulary, and encourage early learning.
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Studio: Concordia Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.52" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.57" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Jan 14, 2001
Publisher Concordia Publishing House
Grade Level Pre School
Series Board Books
ISBN 0570071674 ISBN13 9780570071679
Availability 0 units.
More About Anne Catharine Blake
Anne Catharine Blake currently resides in Glendale, in the state of Arizona.
Reviews - What do customers think about Sheep Share?
Cute, but... Feb 28, 2010
Anne Catharine Blake's Sheep Share is clearly modeled after wildly popular mainstream board book author Sandra Boynton's work. In Blake's simple board book, we see black and white sheep "amused," "blue," "bored," "lonely," "shy," and so on. They learn to share and play fair, and on the last page: "Sheep trust the Shepherd's love."
What I Like: This sort of simple book is good for teaching basic concepts, and while the illustrations aren't nearly so colorful and interesting as Sandra Boynton's, they are still attractive.
What I Dislike: The point of this book is unclear. Are the sheep trying to learn to please God? It will also be the rare young child who understands without an adult's explanation that the picture of a Bible-era man with a shepherd's hook on the last page is supposed to represent Jesus.
Overall Rating: Good.
Kristina Seleshanko Christian Children's Book Review