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Animal Babies on the Farm

3.94 of 5 stars 3.94  ·  rating details  ·  17 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Animal Babies on the Farm shows seven young farm animal- pigs, ducks, cows, horses, chickens, goats, and geese. From the placid presence of a cud-chewing cow to the scratching and pecking of a mother hen, this delightful book provides a perfect introduction for young children to farmyard favorites.
Board Book, 28 pages
Published April 28th 2005 by Kingfisher (first published 2005)
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Marie
Cute animals and simple text. Easy and good for young ones.
Meg McGregor
This book has absolutely great pictures, like all of this series.

I love how there is guessing game included which means more interaction than just reading the book to your littles. Farm animals are loved by children and this book does a good job entertaining and educating your littles.
Anna Johnson
This is one book of a series that describes baby animals from different regions. The book allows children to interact by guessing which animal is the mother of the baby described. This book encourages children to recognize animals connected to farm life and participate in pretend reading.
Lisa
Oct 03, 2008 Lisa rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: those with young children
Shelves: baby, children
This book shows a variety of animals, what sounds they make, what they are called, and who their mommies are. Great photos!

Animals in the book: pig, chicken, sheep, cow, goat, horse.
Susan
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Vocabulary-This book introduces the concept of babies animals having different names then their grown counterparts. (pigs/piglets, sheep/lamb, and goat/kid)
Sam
Great pictures and engaging text- but I wish it would use the correct names for the adult animals- like mare,sow ....opportunity missed thats all
Monica
Introduces clues to discover the names and appearance of both baby and mother animals.
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