Count the Sheep to Sleep
“Late last night I lay in bed and found I couldn’t sleep. So I scrunched my eyes up tightly and counted woolly sheep.” In this amusing bedtime story, a little girl decides she must count sheep in order to fall asleep. Starting at ten, her sheep begin to suffer humorous mishaps as she happily drifts into dreamland. Each number illustrates sheep flying off in different directions, unable to control their skateboards, the slippery floor, or their crazy dance moves. Children will laugh and learn in this combination bedtime and counting book.
The sing-songy verse and bright, whimsical illustrations provide a visual counting aid, as well as entertainment in the moments before bedtime. Count the Sheep to Sleep is sure to help children fall asleep to their own leaping sheep, transforming bedtime from a struggle into a fluffy white parade!
Stephanie Rohr is a French illustrator and creative. She earned a distinction from ECV Paris (Art and Design Communication School). Her mother is a nursery and primary school headmistress, so she grew up surrounded by children's books. This, in turn, has led her to have a passion for picture book illustrations. She loves funny, playful, happy, or even a bit dark and silly stories. These themes are a real playground for her unique style. Her first book, Count the Sheep to Sleep, was published by Sky Pony Press.
Illustrated by Stéphanie Röhr