ness in the shape of Lambad the Bad. Thus the Eppingham Posse of Rare Breed Warriors is born. In fact, the silver object is a mobile phone, dropped from a hot air balloon by Luke and Neil, who have been stealing bank money over the internet. They need that phone back to hide the evidence. And a couple of woolbags aren't going to stand in their way! The chase is on ...With the hilarity and madcap farce of Home Alone and the warmth of Babe The Sheep-Pig, Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run, The Quest of the Warrior Sheep is perfect for fans who are ready to move on from Cows in Action series. Sheep stories don't come much baaa-rmier than this.
Christopher and Christine Russell Christopher Russell was a postman when he had his first radio play broadcast in 1975, having given up a job in the civil service to do shift work and have more daytime hours for writing. Since 1980, he has been a full-time television and radio script writer, and, more recently a children's novelist. His wife Christine has always been closely involved with his work, storylining and script editing, and has television credits of her own. The Quest of the Warrior Sheep is the first book they have written together.