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From the acclaimed author-illustrator of Floss comes a refreshing take on the story of a lost lamb.

One spring day, Little Baa frisks and runs in the field, leaving his Ma far behind. Soon he is lost and all alone. How will Ma ever find him? This reassuring tale features an adorable new character in Little Baa - plus, a cameo by one of the author's best-loved characters from previous stories, Floss the sheepdog!

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This is Book 1 in the Northumberland Country Childhood Tales S. Series. See all Northumberland Country Childhood Tales S. books here.

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Kim Lewis grew up in a sleepy suburb of the city of Montreal, in Canada. As a child, she always wished she'd been brought up on a farm. As a student Kim Lewis moved to England, where she immediately felt completely at home. After Kim met her late husband, Flea, at art school, they moved to Northumberland, to live and work on a hill farm. Something about the

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Kim Lewis grew up in a sleepy suburb of the city of Montreal, in Canada. As a child, she always wished she'd been brought up on a farm. As a student Kim Lewis moved to England, where she immediately felt completely at home. After Kim met her late husband, Flea, at art school, they moved to Northumberland, to live and work on a hill farm. Something about the

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