One rainy spring morning, Emma's father brings home a little lost lamb. He's wet and cold and hungry. Emma wants to keep him and look after him herself. But in her heart, she knows that Lamb needs to be with his mother. Illustrated in full colour throughout. First published in 1991.
Emma's Lamb Summary
Emma's Lamb by Kim Lewis
One rainy spring morning, Emma's father brings home a little lost lamb. He's wet and cold and hungry. Emma wants to keep him and look after him herself. But in her heart, she knows that Lamb needs to be with his mother...
Emma's Lamb Reviews
This heart-warming story...is perfect for introducing young children to life in the country. * Nursery Education * The pictures and simple words radiate warmth and the simple soon-lost pleasures of childhood...More, please, for the parents as much as for the children. * The Northumbrian Magazine *
About Kim Lewis
Kim Lewis grew up in a sleepy suburb of the city of Montreal, in Canada. As a child, she always wished she'd been brought up on a farm. As a student Kim Lewis moved to England, where she immediately felt completely at home. After Kim met her late husband, Flea, at art school, they moved to Northumberland, to live and work on a hill farm. Something about the landscape reminded her of home, and her books reflect this beautiful landscape and the joys of country life.
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