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Fiddle-I-Fee: A Farmyard Song for the Very Young

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In this cumulative nursery rhyme and folk song, a parade forms when several farm animals join a boy and his apple wagon.
Hardcover, 1 page
Published April 1st 1992 by Little Brown and Company (first published January 1st 1992)
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jacky
I got this at a yard sale over the summer. It is a cute book that repeats in a sing-song way and covers different farm animals. It reminds me of a cross between Brown Bear, Brown Bear and "The Farmer in the Dell."
Katie
Average art work, and the words simply consisted of the lines of the nursery rhyme. My boys were not very impressed with this one.
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Melissa Sweet grew up in a suburban neighborhood that had lots of kids, kick-the-can games on summer nights, and Percy's candy store right nearby.

Later she received her Associate’s Degree from Endicott Junior College in Beverly, Massachusetts, and studied art at the Kansas City Art Institute.

Sweet began began illustrating children's books in 1986 and h...more
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