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Emma’s Lamb by Kim Lewis

Title: Emma’s Lamb   Emmas Lamb

Author: Kim Lewis

Publisher: Walker Books

Published: March 1992

Pages: 32

Rating: 4/5

A delightful, beautifully illustrated story about what happens when Emma’s Dad brings in a lamb which has accidentally been separated from its mum. Emma and the lamb have an adventure and you’ll need to read it yourself to find out what happens!

This book gives an insight into farm life, in a realistic manner. The illustrations are fantastically detailed and complement the text beautifully. This is one of those books that young children will love having read to them and, when they are older and able to do so, they will enjoy reading independently.

Teachers will find this book useful when their class are doing work relating to farming, looking after other animals or acknowledging that sometimes it is necessary to acknowledge that nature knows best!

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