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EWE STEW

What to know: When Fanny's sheep go missing, she and her dog Jiggs must rescue them from a huge gourmet cooking coyote who only understands rhymes.
KIDS FIRST QUALIFIED ENDORSEMENT EWE STEW is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-12
Screenplay
DOROTHY IRWIN
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Off-beat and original, guaranteed to bring smiles to viewers with it's wry characterization of the infamously treacherous coyote. Anyone who has suffered a loss to coyotes will find the characterization on mark: the coyote is indifferent to the pain he causes, all he cares about is his next meal. Younger children will get a little thrill from his villainy; older ones will be amused by his portrayal as a bustling chef, stuffing sheep slippers in his ears to protect his rhyming sensibilities from poetry gone wrong. This is not an accurate lesson in poetry and would prove too scary for children under 8. It's also slightly violent, with the imagery of knives and the eventual demise of the coyote.
When Fanny's sheep go missing, she and her dog Jiggs must rescue them from a huge gourmet cooking coyote who only understands rhymes.
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