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Funny Faces: Farm Animals

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Funny Faces are books that provide a humorous introduction to animals. Each spread features the antics of a different animal, be it Daisy the duck, Clarissa the cow, or Champion chick. The pages feature colorful photographs of entertaining animal models, introducing each character to the reader, while the soft, padded tabs show the animal's face A CHARMING BOARD BOOK WITH ...more
Board Books, 10 pages
Published May 28th 2006 by Make Believe Ideas (first published 2006)
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Diressa Belcher
Oct 23, 2013 rated it it was amazing
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The farm animals make funny faces in this ultra cute book. The book also has felt animals on the outside of it. Children are able to see the animals, feel them and learn the sounds they make. Children learn how to quack Blake the Drake. Children learn how to moo from Moo-riel. Children learn how to oink from Digger. Children learn how to baaa from Sam Ram. The children also are introduced to facts about the animals.

This is a cute book for all ages in elementary school. This book is catered to th
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