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The 108th Sheep

3.82 of 5 stars 3.82  ·  rating details  ·  67 ratings  ·  21 reviews
Emma cannot sleep a wink! She tries drinking warm milk and even reading lots of books, but Emma still cannot sleep. So she decides to count sheep to help fall asleep. All goes well until Emma reaches 108. Then, the 108thsheep doesn't appear. Emma, along with 109, 110 and all the following sheep must try to find a way to help 108 or none of them will get to sleep. Luckily E ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by Tiger Tales (first published September 4th 2006)
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Ronster
Dec 03, 2007 Ronster rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Grades K-1
Shelves: picture-books
Children's picture book. Emma has a hard time falling asleep, so she tries counting sheep. She counts up to 107 sheep, but something has happened to the 108th sheep. The illustrations in this book are fascinating, also the paper used in this book has great texture. Use in a unit about counting in the hundred's, nighttime or problem solving.
Kelly
This is a really sweet bedtime story about a little girl that can't fall asleep. She decides to count sheep, only the 108th sheep can't seem to jump over her headboard...no one will be able to go to sleep if he isn't up for the task. The book has really darling black & white illustrations.
Stef Rozitis
Sweet likeable book about a theme most children would be able to relate to. It didn't make the earth move for me but I liked it and enjoyed the lively illustrations. I am happy to read this to children
Miss Sarah
Emma is counting sheep to sleep but the 108th sheep just wont jump over her bed. Large pictures and cute.
Kirsti Call
This story is delightfully creative.
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Lauren Candia
Keywords: APIA, bedtime, sheep, perseverence, helping others succeed
Maral
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Teri
Feb 06, 2013 Teri rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: math
Good book! Cute story, nice illustrations and super math reinforcement for kids just learning numbers over 100. The feel of the paper made this book especially fun.
Jennifer Schultz
Love the story. Not too long & not too short. My daughter loves it before nap time. Helps that the character is her same name. Thanks Aunt Kerry. Perfect find
Tricia
as emma tries to fall asleep, the 108th sheep cannot leap over her bed so she helps him by sawing a hole in the headboard for him...adorable. cool pictures.
Mark Dewey
Nice book. Interesting art. I picked this book out since 108 happened to be one of my favorite numbers (oddly enough). I liked it.
Kristin Sprague
Everyone has heard of counting sheep when you can't fall asleep, so this could start with a universal memory.
Morbus Iff
You guys never seemed to be a huge fan, but I always liked the story and artwork of this.
Morgan
I love the illustrations, paper, format and story. A great all-around bedtime book.
Danielle
sleep / counting / gorgeous black and white illustrations on textured paper
Missy
Sweet and creative. Get is just to feel the paper! :0)
Elizabeth
Cute story and enchanting illustrations.
Rachel
Lovely presentation--Unengagaing story.
Jim
a gentle book about falling asleep
Lui Yen
Nice illustration
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