Little Lamb, Have You Any Wool?

Little Lamb Have You Any Wool Through charming dialogue and warm illustrations Little Lamb Have You Any Wool tells the story of a young child and his lamb preparing for the cold winter ahead The little boy asks the lamb if he ca

  • Title: Little Lamb, Have You Any Wool?
  • Author: Isabel Minhós Martins Yara Kono
  • ISBN: 9781926973142
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Through charming dialogue and warm illustrations, Little Lamb, Have You Any Wool tells the story of a young child and his lamb preparing for the cold winter ahead The little boy asks the lamb if he can use its wool to protect everything from his head to his toes from the coming frost.The lamb agrees, and the boy uses the soft wool to make himself a coat, a scarf, some soThrough charming dialogue and warm illustrations, Little Lamb, Have You Any Wool tells the story of a young child and his lamb preparing for the cold winter ahead The little boy asks the lamb if he can use its wool to protect everything from his head to his toes from the coming frost.The lamb agrees, and the boy uses the soft wool to make himself a coat, a scarf, some socks, and everything else he needs But then, he wonders, won t his newly shorn little lamb be cold In the spirit of cooperation and caring friendship, the boy makes another set of winter clothes for the lamb Now, they are both warm and ready to face winter together Young readers will delight in the saturated colors of the illustrations and the classic message of friendship communicated through the whimsical text of Little Lamb, Have You Any Wool

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    About “Isabel Minhós Martins Yara Kono

    • Isabel Minhós Martins Yara Kono

      formada em Design de Comunica o pela Faculdade de Belas Artes 1997.Fundou, juntamente com 3 amigos, a editora Planeta Tangerina.Ganhou uma Men o Honrosa no I Pr mio Internacional Compostela de lbuns Ilustrados Ovelhinha, D me L , Kalandraka, ilustra es de Yara Kono.Em 2010, foi nomeada para os Pr mios de Autor da SPA RTP na categoria Literatura Infanto Juvenil com O Livro dos Quintais Planeta Tangerina, ilustra es de Bernardo Carvalho O Mundo Num Segundo na edi o espanhola da Intermon Oxfam distinguido pelo Banco del Libro como Melhor Livro Infantil 2010.Tem livros publicados em Espanha, Fran a, Inglaterra, It lia, Brasil, Noruega, Coreia.

    432 thoughts on “Little Lamb, Have You Any Wool?

    • This is a good example of a book not being quite so good after it's translated from the original language. The words are arranged in stanzas that kinda-not quite-really don't rhyme. They tried. I like the illustrations a lot and the story is a good one. The translation just makes the wording awkward. Could be used for toddler or preschool storytimes.


    • Yikes. This was bad! I really wanted to like it being a avid knitter and sheep enthusiast, especially since it features a little Boy knitting, but the bad far outweighs the good in this book. The text read like it was about to rhymebut didn't. Little lamb, little lamb, have you any wool is a nursery RHYME! As in it's supposed to RHYME, idiot! So we have the setup for a rhyming couplet without the second verse! I found that extremely off-putting as I'm trying to read it aloud. I'm trying to find [...]


    • Yikes. The story and writing wereodd. Not odd in a good way, just awkward and fell flat. Perhaps much was lost in translation from the original (published in Spanish in 2010)? That said, the illustrations are quite delightful and I like the unusual color palette. I concur with the disappointment of others on the lack of rhyme in the story. It certainly doesn't have to rhyme, but the whole set-up suggests it before it comes to a halting stop and devolves into what is a meandering and dull story. [...]


    • Cute illustrations and a great message about sharing make this a great picture for young readers. You can never go wrong with engaging illustrations that pull a reader into a book. This book's illustrations do a fabulous job in telling the story of a little boy and his lamb. The story also treats readers to a great message about sharing, and it's one that even toddlers will understand. The only thing that kept me from giving this book a higher rating was the direction the story takes for it's en [...]


    • As a knitter who really wanted to like this book, it pains me to admit that it was just okay. A young boy asks a sheep for some wool to knit a sweater, and then a bit more to make a hat, a scarf and some mittens. The sheep gladly gives up all her wool and the boy thanks her by dressing her in the clothing he made. A bit of a confusing message about sharing. The sheep also has some lines in the story; I wish that the illustrations or font had indicated that the sheep was speaking the lines on tho [...]


    • I love picture books about sheep and I was very excited about this one because the art was amazing and at first it brought to my Silverstein's The Giving Tree. As the story went on though it felt long and weaker than the beginning which started off strong. Art is worthy of a higher rating, but the writing is not.


    • Cute pictures, but the story just kept going and the conclusion was a little odd. Why would the lamb need the wool clothes? They are sheared for summer and the wool grows back for winter. I know it's a kids book, but it isn't set up to be unrealistic, even though it totally is. Could have been a nice story about co-existence, etc. but this was a miss for me.


    • When I picked up this book, I was so excited to read it. The beautiful pictures pull the reader in and it has a positive message about sharing. I was kind of disappointed, however, in the writing.


    • A boy asks his friend the lamb for wool so he can make himself warm clothing for winter, and the lamb is always willing to help.


    • I enjoyed the illustrations, but I think perhaps the story lost something in translation? Perhaps it rhymed in Portuguese?







    • Sweet book about how a little boy prepares to survive the cold winter with help from his generous friend, Lamb. Beautiful illustrations are colorful and engaging.




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