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Poor Bob has no idea what he's in for, and Duck and friends have shrewdly seized this chance to move on from collective bargaining to outright subterfuge: "Bob gave Duck a good long stare and went inside. He read the first note: 'Tuesday night is pizza night (not the frozen kind!). The hens prefer anchovies.'" Well, seems like strange way to run a farm, but... "Twenty-nine minutes later there was hot pizza in the barn." Giggle, giggle, quack, indeed.
Clearly, Duck and his cow pals aren't the only ones around to have mastered the pencil and the keyboard. Cronin and Lewin have put their talents to good use yet again, offering up another simple but clever story fit for kids and grownups alike. Lewin seems to snicker throughout her playful watercolors (gotta love those monogrammed towels: "FB"), and Cronin has a ball with the animal cast and their human patsy. (What do the cows pick on movie night? "The Sound of Moosic," of course. Giggle, giggle, moo.) (Ages 4 to 8) --Paul Hughes
bought as a gift for a 2 1/2 yr old, he loves it, and so does his mom.Published 2 months ago by email@example.com
I absolutely loved the original Click, Clack, Moo Cows That Type. It was silly, fun to read, and very creative. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ScotFlower
Farmer Brown is going on vacation. He leaves his friend Bob behind to keep an eye on the farm. Farmer Brown leaves plenty of notes and warns him to watch out for Duck who is a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sunshine on A Rainy Day
This wasn't quite as entertaining as Click Clack Moo but we still enjoy it. My 3.5 yr old doesn't quite seem to follow what is happening as it's subtle.Published 3 months ago by Do-It-Yourself Danielle
All of the books in this series are fun for both the children they were written for and the adults reading them to the children!!Published 3 months ago by Jeanne