Baa Baa Black Sheep

Baa Baa Black Sheep – Little Learners

Books have been such a fundamental part of my life that there was never any doubt that Monkey would be surrounded by books from birth!  I’ve been reading to him for as long as I can remember, it’s something I’ve always enjoyed, and quality time that we still enjoy today.  We may be past the baby book stage now but I can still appreciate their appeal. Our next door neighbour is due to have her first baby any day now, and I know the baby will love Baa Baa Black Sheep from Parragon Books Little Learners range.  It’s nice to know that this little book is the first book our baby neighbour has received.  I hope to get to read it with him or her very soon.

Baa Baa Black Sheep

Baa Baa Black Sheep is a charming little board book fitted with a finger puppet who can join in as you read your baby this classic nursery rhyme.  Priced at £3.99 it would be a lovely addition to any little one’s book shelf.

Baa Baa Black Sheep

The Little Learners range is aimed at babies and toddlers and as well as the finger puppet books like Baa Baa Black Sheep, there are peek-a-boo books (as you can see over with Red Rose Mummy), books with textures and all are beautifully illustrated for young children.  They are a great range to get youngsters interested in books from an early range.

disclaimer: I received this product from the publisher for free. However, they have not paid me for this review, and they do not exercise any editorial control over my review or anything else on this site.


As I received two copies of Baa Baa Black Sheep, I really want them to both find happy homes with little ones.  One, as I’ve said is now with my neighbour and one I’d like to share with you.  So for your chance to win this lovely board book please complete the Gleam form below. Good luck!


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(Please note that all entries will be checked against comments for validation).

Only the first step of this form is mandatory, all other steps are optional. Only one entry per person is allowed.

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once a winner is randomly picked, I will check if the winner has done what was requested and I will contact them, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.

The giveaway will close on 10th August 2015 at midnight.

Baa Baa Black Sheep board book from Parragon Books

77 thoughts on “Baa Baa Black Sheep – Little Learners

  1. I always loved Little Miss Muffet simply because I hated spiders too! I remember dressing up as her for a school Christmas party and my mum made me a crook using a small broom stick, a coat hanger, crepe paper and pink ribbon! And she also made me a frilly bonnet!

  2. My favourite was Polly put the kettle on, I had a doll called Polly who I loved and I used to sing it when I was playing house with her

  3. boys and girls come out to play as it felt naughty for children to be playing out after dark

  4. jack and jill, not sure why it was my favourite but i remember always loving to sing it

  5. i liked mary mary quite contrary 🙂 i loved being in the garden and loved the rhyme 🙂

  6. When I was younger I love ring, aring of roses as I loved it when we all fell down, obviously not knowing the meaning of it. My youngest loves pat a cake and giggles like mad when you trace a B on her belly!

  7. I love these books – my daughter has the Mary Had A Little Lamb one and loves it. 🙂

    My favourite was Sing a Song of Sixpence. It had so much going on in it!

  8. Hey Diddle Diddle, no idea why, maybe the idea of a dish and a spoon running. My neighbours will be bringing twins home soon, so this would be a lovely little gift.

  9. Mary had a Little Lamb because I remember it was one of the first things I could play on the piano.

  10. I honestly cant remember :/ My son loves 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 once I caught a fish alive, I make up a little dance to it & he laughs at me, lol 🙂 x

  11. Round and round the garden. I hated being tickled but remember loving the anticipation!

  12. Owl & the pussy cat was my favourite although not sure if that was a nursery rhyme or mini story?

  13. The grand old Duke of York
    he had ten thousand men
    he marched them up to the top of the hill
    and marched them back again
    and when they was up they was up
    and when they was down the was down
    and when they was only half way up
    they were neither up or down

    Sorry loved this as a kid and still do now always puts a smile on my face

  14. I loved Little Miss Muffet, because I had no idea what curds and whey were so I found it hilarious to imagine what it was.

    1. ^^^ I forgot to say that reason it was my fave was all the actions that accompanied it!

  15. I used to love Here we go round the mulberry bush because I used to sing it with my Nan while running round a bush in the garden!!

  16. Row row row your boat! I loved it as a child and so do my 3 young daughters, we love to do the actions.

  17. Twinkle twinkle little star was my favourite because I used to get cuddles whilst we were singing it! X

  18. The Brand old Duke of York – I liked the idea of the soldiers having to march everywhere!

  19. Row row row your bow, my 6 onth wee girl face lights up and she starts giggling when i start to sing this

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