Where is the Green Sheep? by Mem Fox and Judy Horacek

Thu 21 February 2019

Where is the Green Sheep? is an award-winning Aussie family favourite, featuring a bunch of fantastic sheep that will have your kids reading along in no time!

Award-winning author Mem Fox's clever rhymes are accompanied by hilarious illustrations of sheep living their best lives by Judy Horacek. Over on Judy's website you can find out the story behind this iconic children's story.

Mem Fox has written over 40 children's books including Possum Magic and I'm Australian Too and has received many civic honours and awards, including the Member Order of Australia for "services to children's literature".

Judy Horacek is a celebrated Australian cartoonist, artist, writer and illustrator whose work has been exhibited in the National Gallery of Victoria and the National Museum of Australia in Canberra. 

BUY - Available at your favourite bookstore, or online at Booktopia

WATCH - Shevonne Hunt's facebook live chat with Mem Fox and Judy Horacek on the Kinderling couch. 

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Read by Mem Fox

Published by Penguin Random House Australia

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