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Sheep in a Sweater

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Sheep in a Sweater by Rl Swigart
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Why does a shepherd shear his sheep? What happens to the wool? And where do sweaters come from anyway? Sheep in a Sweater shows us the process. See what happens when sheep return to pasture...with no way to keep warm.

Author Biography

Born and raised in rural Missouri, Russ Swigart was involved in agriculture from an early age. After high school he continued his education at Central Missouri State, obtaining a Bachelor's of Science in Elementary Education. He taught at Orrick Elementary School as a sixth grade teacher for four years and then middle school and high school for two years. He wrote his first children's book, Sheep in a Sweater, in college. He is currently writing the Pippa book series. As a child he was active in the local county 4-H, showing various types of livestock. After high school he traveled, showing cattle professionally prior to continuing his education. Russ currently resides on a farm in Lafayette County, Missouri with his wife, two daughters, and three bloodhounds - Pippa, Moose, and Guin.
Release date Australia
December 31st, 2014
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
colour illustrations
Imprint
Charlie Dawg Press
Pages
26
Dimensions
216x216x2
ISBN-13
9780692348390
Product ID
23699021

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