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Spot Goes to the Farm
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on May 2, 2000
Make the spot books a part of your toddlers library collection. These books are durable, quick and easy to read and the "lift the flap" aspect makes them perfect for toddlers to join in. In this book, Spot the dog and his dad are looking for baby animals on the farm. This is a theme that children enjoy. The pictures are large and colorful and the story is simple, yet entertaining. My toddler LOVES this book and yours is sure to love it too!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on April 14, 2012
This is an awful Spot book. Spot and his Daddy go looking for an animal that had babies on the farm. The story refers to the animal names "foal", "calf", but never the animal names (horse, cow). Kind of confusing for a young preschooler. Plus a bunny says "tweet, tweet". Its suppose to be joking, but for a 2 year old its just a bit confusing.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on January 13, 2005
Although `Where's Spot' is my son's absolute favourite book, this did not meet with the same degree of enthusiasm.

That's not to say he doesn't like it, just not as much as `Where's Spot?' ... maybe it's the repetitive text in that one or maybe the novelty value was worn down, but both `Spot goes to the Farm' and `Spot Visits his Grandparents' seem to work as a "side-dish" for him i.e. only good alongside `Where's Spot', though does read both more often than most of his other books.

All in all, I'd say buy this book, but with `Where's Spot?'
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon May 12, 2008
We love "where's spot." We love the simple plot line, the repetition and the short, concise, predictable answers.

Other than the fact that this book has Spot and flaps, it has nothing in common with the classic "where's spot." For a book with flaps, the plot line is complicated and the answers behind the flaps are long and inconsistent. It barely makes any sense.

We read a lot of books to our daughter, but we read this once and it was so dumb we returned it.

If you love "where's spot" and you're looking for another book like that, don't buy this.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on June 8, 2001
My baby and I love this Spot Lift the Flap book. Only this one and Where Is Spot is in this sturdy board addition. The farm animals are so cute! Spot goes out looking for baby animals and finds some pigglets and kittens. My favorite page is Spot in the duck pond looking for Duckling. My baby loves to lift-the-flaps and this book calms her down when she is fussy. One of the all time best baby books on the market to me!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on February 1, 2002
Spot the Dog books are a favourite with my girls. They love the simple stories that they can relate to (hiding, baking a cake, playing with others etc) and the lift-the-flaps always bring screams of delight even though we've read them many many times. As they grow I'm sure they'll be one of the books they learn to read with. The words are simple and the font easy to read. Lovely books to cuddle up with your children on your lap. They are also big enough to hold up and read to them as they sit in back seat on car trips.
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on October 7, 2012
Spot and his daddy are looking for the baby animals on the farm in this book -- again, it's the same premise as "Where's Spot?" only with Spot doing the looking for the babies. My toddler likes the lift-the-flap function, and this is part of her ever-growing "Spot" collection...but I wonder why Spot is only with either one parent or the other, and not both of them (except for the "Goodnight, Spot" book) for this story? Mommy was at home, waiting for Spot and his father, and delivering the punchline (of sorts) with Spot. I give it 4 stars because my toddler is engrossed with all things Spot right now, and she seems to enjoy the stories...I just wonder if there are better story lines (like the "Spot Bakes A Cake" book)?
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In this sequel to Where’s Spot, Spot and his father go to a farm to see some baby animals. Spot looks here and there, and finally finds some.

This is a pretty good children’s book that’s not quite as entertaining as Where’s Spot. The pages are all brightly colored, with each pair having something the little reader can look behind. My reader’s problem was she was not intrigued by not finding babies at each turn, but disappointed. Nonetheless, she did enjoy the book, and enjoyed looking behind each little obstruction.
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on April 4, 2014
We bought this book for my 18 month old daugther becasue she loves the "Where's Spot?" book. That book has become an important part of our bedtime routine. We thought she would find "Spot goes to the farm" just as entertaining, but it does not seem to have the same appeal to her. The story line of the book is okay and the pictures and lift the flap features are cute. I gave this book only 4 stars because I think it's just not up to par with the original.
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on February 8, 2015
This is a basic young reader book. Spot the puppy and his Dad goes to the farm. His dad wants to show Spot baby animals so they go in search of some. This book introduces various farm animals and their 'habitat' (example horse in a barn, duck in a lake, etc) It is a lift the flap book for the children to be able to interact with you as you read to them. or to just look at for themselves and have fun with the illustrations.
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