Its countryside chaos as Shaun The Sheep returns to the small screen with his very own series. Peace in the valley turns to mayhem in the meadow as Shaun leads his flock into all sorts of scrapes and scraps, running rings around sheepdog Bitzer when the Farmers back is turned.
Who will rock the talent show, chickens or sheep? Characters from Shaun the Sheep step from screen to page in the first of an original illustrated fiction series. It’s talent-show time on the farm, and the roosters and chickens are banding together in hopes of beating out their rivals, the sheep. Meanwhile, Shirley, a sheep whose flair for singing is as large as her frame, has a big problem — a massive case of stage fright. Can Shaun the sheep convince his jittery friend to wow the mole judges and take home the prize? Shaun the Sheep fans both old and new will flock to this funny, original story inspired by the internationally popular animated TV show.
One of two hilarious early reader chapter books illustrated with scenes from the movie! When Shaun the Sheep and Bitzer are captured by the evil animal-control officer in the Big City, the Flock tries to break them out of the Animal Containment Center. But no one has ever escaped from there. No one.
An original novel based on the screenplay includes an eight-page color insert of stills from the film. When Shaun decides to take a day off to have some fun, he gets more adventure than he baa-gained for! Shaun’s mischief accidentally leads to the Farmer’s absence from the farm, so it’s up to Shaun and the Flock to travel to the Big City to find him.
One dark, misty night at Mossy Bottom Farm, a starving creature creeps silently through the farmyard, waiting to feed. Well, actually, it’s just Bitzer the sheepdog with a growling stomach, holding his clipboard as he checks on the flock and chickens. But wait—what’s that howl that’s making his fur stand on end? Is it Shaun the sheep playing one of his pranks? The Farmer practicing his trombone? Suddenly the moon appears, and there it is: a hulking shadow on the side of the barn that must be the outline of a … beast! Are they all doomed, or can Bitzer and his crew concoct a plan that’s so madcap it just might work?