Are you looking for children’s books related to Fiber Art? Love tales with spinning wheels? Stories about farm animals? Here’s a list of some of the most charming children’s books about sheep, spinning, weaving, knitting, and more.
A Symphony for the Sheep, by C.M. Millen and illustrated by Mary Azarian
Delightful illustrations and lyrical poem take the reader from farm and field to the shearer, the spinner, the weaver, and the knitters. The clever lyrics are made to chant in a round or to be set to music.
by Carmen Agra Deedy and illustrated by Laura L. Seeley
“Everything comes from something… nothing comes from nothing. “Agatha enjoys her new feather bed, but the naked geese remind her that everything comes from something. You’ll love what she does to help her poor shivering featherless friends.
Written and Illustrated by Jan Brett
When Hedgie sees a sock on the ground, he wears it as a hat and all the other animals are jealous and want one of their own. This book inspired my children to wear underwear as a hat, and anything else they could wear around and get a giggle from the adults. They loved this book!
All the animals try to fit into the mitten they find dropped
in the snow. Will the good knitting hold and stretch enough?
Beautiful illustrations, as always with Jan Brett.
Snøkrystall (Snowflake) patterns in the knits, traditional
Nordic clothing and decor- every picture is filled with detail
to illustrate the charming story.
Lalo the lamb loves everything about the boy who
watches over him and his flock. He tries to be just
like the boy, and dye his wool red like the shepherd’s
cheery sweater. Charming illustrations, charming story.
you’ll want a lamb just like Lalo.
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