Wilbur the Woolly

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Wilbur the Woolly is a book about trusting the good shepherd. Follow Wilbur the sheep on his journey, as he learns to trust the shepherd's love for him and discovers that getting his own way isn't always best.

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About Nikki Rogers

Nikki Rogers is a mother, teacher, author and illustrator of children’s picture books. Since 2013, her inspirational books have touched the lives of children around the globe.

Nikki was raised on a farm in South East Queensland, Australia and pursued a career in Primary Education. In addition to teaching, she has a passion for the arts, writing, drawing and painting, and loves birds. As her desire to have a positive impact on the lives of children merged with her love of art, several beautiful books to inspire and delight children were created.

Some of her books include A Beautiful Girl, The Garden in my Heart, What Love Looks Like, and Sooty & Snow. Her most recent book, Wilbur the Woolly, was shortlisted in the Omega Book Awards.

Nikki currently lives on the Gold Coast with her husband, children and four bantam chickens. She has a heart for the less fortunate and desires that her life may glorify God and inspire others to be all they were created to be.

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N. R. Eccles-Smith reviewed on June 26, 2020

Cute illustrations and a fun, rhythmic pace to the story. A positive and wise message, too; and one that children can easily understand.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Angela Lambkin@icloud.com reviewed on May 7, 2016

I sure felt that this was a great ebook to teach kids to listen to their elders or paret(s) and not to try to think they know better than those who are older and more mature. Also has some great pictures too, so for these reasons I felt this needed five stars. I also wish to recommend this for very young and up!
I received this ebook for free and in return, here is my honest review. Great job Nikki
(review of free book)
Randy Reishus reviewed on March 12, 2016

This is a cute book with a good moral. Nice illustrations!
(review of free book)

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