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This little chick from over the wayYoung readers will love predicting what sounds the feisty chick will make next as he swims, jumps, and skips his way through the day. And everyone will be as ready as he is to curl up for a much-needed rest when he finally returns home to his mom to share all he has learned. John Lawrence's take on a traditional rhyme is enhanced by his eye-catching illustrations, made with vinyl engravings, printed wood textures, and watercolor washes. Especially marvelous are the black sheep frolicking in their curly, swirly wool coats. (Ages 1 to 4) --Emilie Coulter
went to laze with the cows one day.
And what do you think they heard him say?
Moo Moo Moo Moo Moo Moo
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Woodcuts are fantastic. Lots of fun animal sounds to introduce to your little one. Perfect as one of the first books to read to your infant.Published 1 month ago by C in MD
Cute book. I bought it for the animal sound effects the reader can make.Published 9 months ago by shopper1A
My four-year-old loves reading this book to me. The illustrations are beautiful, and it's just easy enough for little ones to read (or sort-of-read) on their own. Read morePublished on March 27, 2011 by Matthew C. Curtis
This is a very cute little book. THe drawings are wonderful. We have some chickens in our backyard, so it will be fun to read about them with baby and then see them in the yard,... Read morePublished on June 1, 2007 by C. R. Palamar
This is a great book for little ones! The children love the sounds that the duck makes while visiting his certain friend animals. We read this all of the time!Published on January 18, 2007 by JV