PRE-ORDER Lovable Lottie and The Shy Sheep and you could WIN!!

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PRE-ORDER Lovable Lottie and The Shy Sheep and you could WIN!!

20.00

PRE-ORDER YOUR COPY and go in the draw to WIN a Private Picnic and professional family photoshoot on Logan Brae Orchard with all the animals that star in the book.

Your book will be posted out as soon as we receive them in October and the Winner will be announced on the 3rd of November.

This prize is open to everyone. Couples, Singles, or Families (max 2 adults and 3 children)

It will include a styled picnic scene from the book with a beautiful hamper of goodies and a private photoshoot of your family enjoying the picnic scene.

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Based on a true story.

A heart warming tale of a young dog that is trying desperately to befriend the sheep that have just joined the Orchard family. Lovable Lottie and the Shy Sheep has something for everyone, with beautifully photographed scenes and an endearing cast of animals. Can you find the three shy sheep in each photo? Daphne and Dolly are very shy, but Dolores is the trickiest one to spot! Great detectives will also find a naughty fox who pops up in each scene. This is a book for the whole family to enjoy.

Logan Brae Orchard in the Blue Mountains is the home of Lovable Lottie and her friends. The Orchard was established in 1919 and is celebrating its 100th year.

Asia aims to donate 20% of the profits from Lovable Lottie and the Shy Sheep to Rural Aid, an organisation that supports farmers around Australia. After the devastating effects of the recent drought and floods, an organisation like this has never been more important for Australia’s farming communities