One Sheep, Two Sheep (Hardcover)
Help Rooster count sheep in this funny bedtime picture book from acclaimed author Tammi Sauer and New York Times bestselling illustrator Troy Cummings.
In this hilarious barnyard picture book, Rooster is trying to count sheep but keeps getting interrupted by all of the animals on the farm. They’re ruffling his feathers—and they don’t look the slightest bit sheepish!
Featuring bright, commercial illustrations and text perfect for read-alouds, One Sheep, Two Sheep is sure to make young readers giggle as they help Rooster count up to ten.
“The wide-eyed, smiling critters and the deadpan humor are a good pairing. A fine addition to the sleepy sheepy canon.” —Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
Tammi Sauer, a former teacher and library media specialist, is a full-time children’s book author who presents at schools and conferences across the country. She has 35 published picture books with more on the way. Tammi’s books have received awards, earned starred reviews, made lists, been developed into musicals, and been translated into many different languages. Most importantly, kids really like her books! Tammi is based in Oklahoma. To learn more about Tammi and her books, please visit her website and follow her on Twitter.
Troy Cummings is the New York Times bestselling author and illustrator behind Can I Be Your Dog?, The Eensy Weensy Spider Freaks Out (Big-Time!), and the Notebook of Doom series. He has written and illustrated more than 60 children’s books. His illustrations have appeared in newspapers, magazines, greeting cards, board games, jigsaw puzzles, a French opera, and on the back of a box of fish sticks. Cummings lives in Indiana, where he steals jokes from his cats and kids.
"The wide-eyed, smiling critters and the deadpan humor are a good pairing. A fine addition to the sleepy sheepy canon."
— Kirkus Reviews