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1st of December 2014

CHRISTMAS OFFER: What kind of sheep are you?

  • Are you a sheep like Skye who doesn’t feel like a sheep?
  • Or do you need to get away from the flock and discover new horizons, like Jacuzzi?
  • Do you get taunted for being different and mixing with the wrong kind of creatures, like Ben?
  • Or are you confused like Treasure and need someone to believe in you?

Whatever kind of sheep you are, there’s a story out there just for you, waiting to warm you up.

So why not treat yourself or your friends to a unique present this Christmas? Not available on Amazon! Special offer of £2 off every book from 1st December to 10th January.

(P.S.: How about sending sheep cards this Christmas? Special offer 4 for £5 for a limited period only!)

11th of March 2014

Free Book Giveaway

S.R. Harris and the A Sheep called Skye books are now on Goodreads! To celebrate we are giving away three signed copies of No Place like Skye – to be in with a chance of winning one of these, go to our Goodreads Giveaway page and simply add your details to enter. Good luck!

5th of November 2013

Christmas Offers

We have a couple of new Christmas offers running on the website now!

  • If you are looking for beautiful original Christmas cards, have a look at our special offer of a set of 4 greeting cards for only £4.
  • Also check out our special offer of any book in the A Sheep called Skye series and a fun fair-trade sheep bag for only £13.99 instead of £16.98!

Offer valid while stocks last.

18th of July 2013

Storytelling Sessions

Are you on Skye this summer? If you want to hear more about my stories come along to a storytelling session at the Portree Hotel, Somerled Square on Wednesday 24th July at 2.30pm or Thursday 8th August at 2.30pm! Free entrance. Everyone welcome.

11th of July 2013

Win a Kenana Sheep!

We are launching a new product on our website today – the Kenana Sheep! This fairtrade woolly sheep is made by the Kenana Knitters cooperative in Kenya. Kenana Knitters aims to empower women through knitting, allowing them to support their families in a developing economy where the basic necessities of life are difficult, if not impossible, to obtain. The sheep are created from all-natural homespun wool and dyed with natural plant dye. For more information or to buy a Kenana Sheep, check out our new product here.

To celebrate the launch of our new product we are also running a competition to win a Kenana Sheep, giving you the chance to own your own woolly friend! Check out our facebook page for more information – simply ‘like’ and ‘share’ our post there to enter the competition – we will pick one lucky winner at 6pm on Monday 15th July. Good luck!

  4th of June 2013

Welcome all you lovers of sheep and the beautiful Isle of Skye…

Our new website is launched today! Here you can find more about all our sheep books and products. To celebrate we are offering all website visitors a unique chance to order our new book No Place Like Skye at a 25% discount! Offer valid for one month only. Looking forward to hearing from you soon!

  10th of January 2013

HAPPY NEW YEAR to you all! 2013 is going to be an exciting year for A Sheep called Skye. We have all sorts of changes planned for the website – new designs, new stock and new offers – so keep an eye out for these in the coming months!

  8th of October 2012

AUTUMN ACTION: Buy any product and receive a free greeting card!

We have four different designs of cards, each with a beautiful illustration and quotation from the A Sheep called Skye book series. To partake of this offer, simply buy any book, card or sheep bag through this website and you will automatically be sent your complimentary greeting card. Check out the different designs here!

  2nd of September 2012

S.R. Harris, author of the A Sheep called Skye book series, ran a number of storytelling events for children in Skye over the last few weeks. See here for photos of the events, which took place at the Isle of Skye Baking Company. If you would like to find out more about future A Sheep called Skye storytelling activities, sign up to our newsletter here or contact us directly.