Cover Reveal – LITTLE EWE: THE STORY OF ONE LOST SHEEP

Guess what? I have a new picture coming out in 2020 with Beaming Books!  LITTLE EWE: THE STORY OF ONE LOST SHEEP is scheduled to release November 17, 2020, just in time for the holidays.

Here’s the scoop from Beaming Books:

Little Ewe would rather jump on logs and investigate spider webs than follow the shepherd when he calls. But what happens when she gets lost? How will she find her way home? Told in whimsical rhyme, this humorous counting book for our littlest ones is a delightful reminder that, like a loving parent, our Shepherd will find us and care for us, even when we wander from the path.

In Little Ewe: The Story of One Lost Sheep, award-winning author Laura Sassi and illustrator Tommy Doyle tell an endearing tale of a distracted sheep and her persistent shepherd, inspired by the Parable of the Lost Sheep in Luke 15.”

Thank you, Beaming Books, for publishing this next picture book. And now for the moment you (or at least I) have been waiting for… the COVER REVEAL! Thank you, Chirping Moms for hosting. The cover reveal plus an interview (and maybe even a sneak peek at an interior spread!) can be found by pressing here.

Happy Peeking!

10 thoughts on “Cover Reveal – LITTLE EWE: THE STORY OF ONE LOST SHEEP

  1. What an adorable cover! Congratulations on your precious new picture book, Laura. I’m going to preorder it for my youngest grandchildren. Thank you so much for sharing.

    • I have a little lamb already picked out and sitting on my dresser. All she needs is a bandana to match Little Ewe’s. =) She’s not a puppet, but she was too cute to resist and I she can next to me while I read and I can hold her in my hug like Shepherd does. She will be getting her own special post at some point.

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