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Iceni Magazine | April 2, 2020

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Curly Sheep’s Bad Hair Day

Curly Sheep’s Bad Hair Day

Debut children’s book from Norwich author

Curly Sheep’s Bad Hair Day is a new children’s book written and illustrated by Norwich author and artist, Sandra Derry. It is the first in a series of books by Sandra, who grew up on a farm, aiming to introduce children to countryside life. Curly  Sheep’s Bad Hair Day is beautifully illustrated. It explains, in a fun way,  how and why sheep get sheared.

Sandra approached Kinsale Infant School for feedback, when she was writing the book and creating the illustrations.  The reviews from children at the school are included on the back cover. 

To thank the children, Sandra visited Kinsale Infant School to present copies of the book to her band of reviewers.

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Sandra Derry explained: “I grew up on Valley Farm, Henham, always surrounded by animals, mainly cows. I love all things farm and country and wanted to develop a series of children’s books, which introduce young children to the countryside. Curly Sheep explains why sheep get sheared. I am working on the next book in the series called Molly Moo the independent cow.”

“I would like to thank the children at Kinsale School for giving me feedback. It really encouraged me to keep going, finish the book and plan Molly Moo.”

Curly Sheep’s Bad Hair Day, price £9.99, ISBN 9780995618701, is currently on sale at Jarrold Norwich, Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden at South Walsham, and is available from www.allthingsnorfolk.com, or direct from the publisher, Paul Dickson t. 01603 666011.

Sandra is also an expert seamstress and is the author of Know Before You Sew. She is the sewing ‘guru’ for Let’s Talk magazine. 

Sandra is staging a solo art exhibition at Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden from Tuesday, January 31 to Sunday, February 5. Her paintings all inspired by countryside themes.  

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