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Amy Wild, Animal Talker: The Great Sheep Race

by Diana Kimpton (author)

Suitable for 7 - 9 years

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Amy can talk to animals – which usually comes in very handy when she’s dealing with our four-legged friends! But her talent gets her into a bit of a tangle when she dreams up a fab fundraising idea for her school fair – a Great Sheep Race! The sheep on the island have rather woolly ideas when it comes to running, and are not so keen on Amy’s plan! Can Amy and the other animals get them on the right track before the big day?

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Usborne Publishing Ltd

Date published

July 30th, 2010

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AR book level: 4.1; Lower years; 1.0 points

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  • 112 pages




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  1. Book-Club-Review-Team
    on 18 October 2010

    I liked this book because it was magical. I liked Isambard the cat as he was the one who mainly saved the day. The Great Sheep Race would suit girls who believe in magic, who are a but younger than me. The story was easy to read, but was about the right length for me to read on my own.

    KLOE, AGE 9

    4out of 5