Colin Langmead's hilarious herd of woolly characters return in Ewe Zealand Made. Following on from the success of The Wool Blacks, the second book in this series expands Colin's ovine repertoire to include subjects such as cars, countries, weather, writers and religion. Using cartoons from his main flock, the "sheepish" puns and witty visual jokes in Ewe Zealand Made are just as funny as The Wool Blacks.
Colin has been selling humorous sheep-related greeting cards under the name Ewe Zealand Made since 1993. Ten years later the cards evolved into cartoons which began appearing in newspapers throughout the country. Colin divides his time between cartooning and working as a farmhand. He has a young family and lives in Wanganui.