• Title: Derek the Sheep
  • Author: Gary Northfield
  • ISBN: 9780747594246
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Derek the Sheep A day in the life of Derek the Sheep is no walk in the park With all those other pesky animals on the farm it s really hard work Every day brings something else for Derek to get his wool in a twist a
    A day in the life of Derek the Sheep is no walk in the park With all those other pesky animals on the farm, it s really hard work Every day brings something else for Derek to get his wool in a twist about But the cantankerous Derek is also not one to miss an opportunity especially if it means juicy grass Compiled here are some of Derek s most heroically daA day in the life of Derek the Sheep is no walk in the park With all those other pesky animals on the farm, it s really hard work Every day brings something else for Derek to get his wool in a twist about But the cantankerous Derek is also not one to miss an opportunity especially if it means juicy grass Compiled here are some of Derek s most heroically daft escapades, perfect for parents and children alike.

    One Reply to “Derek the Sheep”

    1. Derek is a cheeky Cockney (his "flippin' 'ecks" and "bloomin' worms" and the ever present "Oi!" put his field squarely within bleating distance of some smoke-filled East End pub) ball of woolly nuttiness and you can't help but love him.He is crazy, kooky, sometimes rather smelly and utterly endearing all at once. The stories are simple, Englishly charming and pleasingly deranged, showing shades of all manner of English comedy classics from Only Fools to Carry On to Eddie Izzard and beyond.The an [...]

    2. C'est l'histoire de Norbert, mouton de son état. Norbert est un peu bourru, aventurier juste ce qu'il faut et surtout il adore l'herbe. La plupart de ses aventures tournent autour de la bouffe (avec plusieurs fois l'illustration du fameux "l'herbe est toujours plus verte dans le pré d'à côté"). Drôle et non-sensesque.Je recommande chaudement ^^

    3. 'Derek the Sheep' is a collection of thirteen adventures of Derek, originally published in The Beano. It was a bit more juvenile than I'd been expecting, but Derek's adventures made me chuckle - perfect for a rainy day or when you're feeling under the weather. Just remember that sheep all look identical: there's no hope of keeping them all separate in your head!

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