A bird can fly. So can I. A cow can moo. I can, too. So begins the simple, delightful rhyme by Ruth Krauss that both celebrates and encourages a child¿s imagination. Mary Blair¿s vibrant artwork, found in the Golden Books archives and newly scanned, looks as fresh as it did 50 years ago.
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Find card games at Target.com! Teach your little ones about matching and colors with the super fun uno moo preschool game. All the figures in this kids game are easily stored in the barn till they come out to play: the farmer, the sheep, the pig,
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Find infant and toddler developmental toys at Target.com! "can you guess the animal without looking? Reach into the barn and identify barnyard favorites by touch vinyl flaps over the opening ensure you can t peek! Then match the adult to the baby
After his ritual "Cock-a-doodle-doo!", a rooster hears an answering "Moo!" But who said the "Moo"? The rooster scouts the barnyard, asking five animals the titular question. Each lets him know what non-moo sound it does make (an oink, woof, hee-haw, and meow) until the rooster locates a cow, who confesses to being the morning moo-er--and her baby calf moos, too. The animal sounds are revealed beneath each of the six flaps, which when turned also show the rooster's comical reaction to each not-a-moo sound. On the last spread, all in the barnyard bellow their own special way.
A great sensory toy! Reach into the barn and identify barnyard favorites by touch - flaps over the opening ensure you can't peek! Then match the adult to the baby for extended play.
Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin's bestselling Dooby Dooby Moo is available for the first time as an individual board book!
Beginning readers to keep them reading...and laughing. Once again, Moo is thinking: "I wish for a nice pair of thumbs." This simple yet far-fetched longing leads the two bovine friends amusingly to the magic of frilly dresses, hair color, eye shadow--and dancing. At the farmer's house they, in their party togs, are mistaken for Opal and Ruby, the farmer's twin sisters from California. "You gals sure know how to hoof it!" says on e of their human dance partners. But when hamburgers are served, Moo and Minnie are struck suddenly by their own connection to beef. "We could be next on the grill," says Minnie. "Run for it!"
THIS EDITION IS INTENDED FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Two cow friends, Minnie and Moo, find a bus and try to drive to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower.
Simon Says is a series of fun mirror books for little ones. Fold-out mirrors allow children to read the book while they copy all of the funny faces inside. Simple instructions guide parents and children through the book, and encourage them to join in the mirror fun. Fun illustrations will delight children and help them to match the silly faces and noises.Titles include Smile Like a Princess, Roar Like a Lion, Yee-haw Like a Cowboy, and Moo Like a Cow.
One of the scariest nights of the year turns into one of the funniest! After racing into town on a runaway bed, Minnie and Moo and their fellow farm buddies decide to join the Halloween festivities -- performing hilarious tricks to earn their treats!
When Minnie and Moo are mistaken for bank robbers, will they escape the long arm of the law?
"Sue, the Boo-Hoo Moo Cow" is an "udderly" ridiculous, silly, rhyming children's book about a moo cow named Sue who liked to wear one red shoe. Chaos ensues when the farmer decides that enough is enough, but finds that removing the shoe is really quite tough. Laugh out loud as the farmer flies into the lake, the cow climbs up a ladder, 101 chipmunks get skunked, and the hen house gets just a little bit flatter! In no time, kids will have the book memorized and want to read it again and again! It's great for story time, bedtime, anytime! And best of all, it blesses kids with the best medicine for a cold or a rough day--laughter!
Cocka Doodle doo! Packed with chickens, cows, pigs, sheep, and other farm animal favorites, this new addition to the Doodle series will dare kids to let their imaginations run wild. With more than 100 lively and playful illustrations on every page, every child has a barn-full of adventure at their fingertips. Fun and simple instructions direct children to decorate scarecrows, help the farmers feed the animals, and much more. No drawing skills necessary, creativity required.
What does the donkey say-baa or IA, IA? And does the chick go cluck or pío? Did you know that Spanish and English speakers describe animal noises differently? From oinking to roaring, kids will have a blast imitating sounds made by these cute creatures. And with two languages to try, they'll have double the fun!
Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin's Caldecott Honor-winning book is available as an individual board book for the first time!
Sturdy flaps and simple texts combine with friendly artwork to make this a fantastic first book for children who are just starting to talk.As all parents know, little children just love to be asked to make animal sounds. So a flap book in which they can spot the animal¿s tail, lift the flap to reveal the complete creature, and then make its noise is guaranteed to be a winner!
When Katie gets lost on a field trip to a farm, her classmates help her find her way.
See the images pop up in this exciting question-and-answer book! This first boardbook has bright pictures of familiar creatures, ideal for small children.
It's BIG fun from Sandra Boynton in this big, big size of this favorite title. Great for laps and sharing, this oversized edition on thick, sturdy board material is perfect for oversized fun for children of all ages. This raucous story about the sounds animals make -- including three pigs who say la la la! - is just right for reading aloud.
In this playful picture book, young readers follow a curious kitten into a barnyard, where they are introduced to a host of baby animals and their mothers. As they move from cows to pigs to dogs to geese, children learn about colors and numbers.