A Sheepdog Called Sky


The tiny puppy that Jasmine finds is barely alive. As she tends to it, helped by her friend Tom, she grows attached, yet worried as her veterinarian mother is determined to find his owner. Who could treat a puppy this way? How could her parents deny Jasmine the chance to keep the dog she is growing to love?

A Sheepdog Called Sky is an engrossing story. The farmyard environment and issues are real. Jasmine, her family, and Tom created so truthfully.  We love this title, and the other books in Helen Peters’ superb’ Jasmine Green’ series.

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A Sheepdog Called Sky

Helen Peters, illustrated by Ellie Snowdon

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A Sheepdog Called Sky is a young collie pup Jasmine and Tom find abandoned. It seems that if the pup survives his future will be uncertain. After all, where has he come from? Then again, why would he be abandoned? His treatment and abandonment have Jasmine’s veterinarian mother incensed! Finally, is there any chance that Jasmine might train him? Or might this be a step too far? After all, while we know Jasmine’s responsible, determined attitude toward animal care, this is a whole different matter! Then again, isn’t there already a farm dog, one that Jasmine’s father relies on?
Bookwagon loves the respectful farming sensibilities within this wonderful series from Helen Peters alongside the valid information. Then again, we’re familiar with Jasmine’s and Tom’s characters. It means we know that Jasmine will stop at nothing in order to care for animals, while Tom is a willing and supportive accomplice. Then again, we’re aware of the likely reactions of Jasmine’s parents, alongside the unreliability of Manu, too…. Altogether, it means that Bookwagon is delighted to welcome A Sheepdog Called Sky aboard. Another title in this series, that was introduced by A Piglet Called Truffle, is a delight!


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