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Harley

By Star Livingstone,Illustrated by Molly Bang

5-5/8 x 8-1/4 in; 64 pp;
Full-color art, Ages 6-9
Hardcover
March 2001
ISBN 9781587170485
ISBN10 1587170485

SKU# 9781587170485

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Harley is a young llama who lives on a ranch. He is learning to be a pack animal, but he is having a hard time. He kicks. He screams. He spits! But then a shepherd calls; she needs a llama to watch over her sheep. She decides to take a chance on Harley. T...
Harley


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Harley

Harley is a young llama who lives on a ranch. He is learning to be a pack animal, but he is having a hard time. He kicks. He screams. He spits! But then a shepherd calls; she needs a llama to watch over her sheep. She decides to take a chance on Harley. Through the seasons, a series of challenges both great and small turn the temperamental llama into a loving leaderwhether he's facing mischievous lambs, a bullying ram, or a pack of coyotes who prey on the sheep. With its poetic language and captivating artwork by Caldecott Honor-winning Molly Bang, this distinctive book speaks to all those who sometimes march to the beat of a different drummer.

 

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5-5/8 x 8-1/4 in; 64 pp;
Full-color art, Ages 6-9
Hardcover
March 2001
ISBN 9781587170485
ISBN10 1587170485

Star Livingstone formerly lived in a tipi near the edge of the field where Harley watches his sheep. She now lives in Forestport, New York.

Molly Bang is the acclaimed illustrator of over fifty books for children, including three Caldecott Honor books: When Sophie Gets AngryReally, Really Angry...; Ten, Nine, Eight; and The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher. She lives in Massachusetts and California.

Awards and honors for Harley:
Horn Book Fanfare Best Books of the Year
ALA Notable Children's Book
American Bookseller, Pick of the Lists