Bea Rocks the Flock

Bea Rocks the Flock Bea the sheep knows she s ewe nique and when her flock doesn t want to put up with her antics any longer she decides to go her own way Bea moves to the big city and tries every new job she can think o

  • Title: Bea Rocks the Flock
  • Author: Victoria Jamieson
  • ISBN: 9781599902609
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Bea the sheep knows she s ewe nique and when her flock doesn t want to put up with her antics any longer she decides to go her own way Bea moves to the big city and tries every new job she can think of including a cloud, a library lion, and until she finds the confidence to be herself again and return homey to inspire her flock to be unique themselves.Bea the sheep knows she s ewe nique and when her flock doesn t want to put up with her antics any longer she decides to go her own way Bea moves to the big city and tries every new job she can think of including a cloud, a library lion, and until she finds the confidence to be herself again and return homey to inspire her flock to be unique themselves This hilarious and surprising story reiterartes a familiar lesson without talking down to the reader From Bea s hilarious expressions to the wacky predicaments she finds herself in, readers will be delighted with this fantastic new character and her bold personality.

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    823 thoughts on “Bea Rocks the Flock”

    1. Bea wanted to be a good sheep. They have weird looking toes, but not actually sheep toes. They act like people but when they sleep they don't act too much like people. They talk like people. I don't think there's any farmer. She wanted to leave but the other sheep were sad. I like the page where's she on the bus in the city the best.


    2. All the cleverness and humor went over my preschooler's head. So far over her head that I couldn't even explain it to her. It is more a book for adults, not because there is anything inappropriate going on, not even any potty humor, but because a kid doesn't understand why the sheep is hanging herself in a tree. And why are the kids trying to hit the sheep? Okay, first we have to explain what a pinata is, and then why the kids think the sheep is a pinata, and then try to explain why it isn't obv [...]


    3. Okay, how could I NOT love a book that features a sheep impersonating on of the lions at my beloved New York Public Library?Funny, FUNNY story with jokes for grownups and (much more importantly) kids, and a great message about it being okay to be the "black sheep" of the flock. Or, in this case, the PINK sheep.


    4. Bea Rocks the Flock by Victoria Jamieson - Hilarious book about a sheep that doesn’t care to be the same as everyone else and goes to the big city to try to fit in there. Hilarious all the way through, love the illustrations as much as the text!


    5. Yes, another book that stresses individualitybut so much fun to see the sheep find their uniqueness rather than sheepness. Found it more enjoyable reading to myself than as a readaloudwith the right reader, it could work with a group for sure.


    6. Reminded me a lot of the hippo Veronica. I laughed so hard when Bea strung herself up in a tree like a pinata. I didn't get it until I pulled back and looked at the whole picture and saw she was trying to be a cloud. Funny!


    7. sheep, be yourself, self-expression, pair with sylvie (2009), great use of color and style on the sheep


    8. The rules of Sheepdom don't let Bea express herself so its off to the big city! A beautiful story about finding your own flock and being yourself.



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