Sheep for Beginners, Paperback



For every one person in Scotland there is one sheep.

But how many of us can say that we really know our fine fleecy friends?

In this uncomprehensive and ill-informed guide to all things woolly, you will discover many facts and figures that will amaze and surprise ewe - there are things in here that even the most ardent supporters of a certain north-east of Scotland football team don't know!

Fascinating subjects include: Scottish breeds; Famous knitting patterns; Sheep in Scottish history; Dolly the Sheep; Sheep Desert Island Discs.

Ewe will discover: The probability of a sheep crossing the road as a car approaches; How to find a good-looking sheep; All about the love that dare not bleat its name.

Ewe will also learn the answers to some age-old questions such as 'When exactly does lamb become mutton?' and 'Why mint sauce?'


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 192 pages, b/w cartoons throughout
  • Publisher: Black and White Publishing
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  • Category: Humour
  • ISBN: 9781845020408



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