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It’s never a dull day in the barnyard, and these quirky and colorful animals are planning an all-out farmapalooza to celebrate God’s love and thank Him for His creation! The ducks are thanking God for their quacks, the hens are thankful for their feathers, and the donkey is singing praises that God made him so handsome. All in all, it’s a day and a barn full of praise.
 
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Board Book, 24 pages
Published July 14th 2020 by B Kids
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Joanne Viola
Jun 23, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Our granddaughter loves reading books, animals, and having flaps to open.

The Great Farmapalooza, written by Jill Roman Lord and illustrated by Kelly Breemer, is sure to quickly become her new favorite book. 

As the sun comes up, each of the barnyard animals give thanks and praise to God.

The book is made of sturdy cardboard. The illustrations are bright and whimsical with the happiest of animals sure to grab every child's attention. There are eleven flaps to open which will keep children engaged a
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Vera Godley
Jul 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
True to author Jill Roman Lord this cute board book rings with rhyme that gently nudges a young child to have thoughts of God and His creation,

It begins with rooster awakening and then waking everyone else to "celebrate God's brand-new day." So the barnyard animals waken and begin to bray, hee-haw, moo and frolic about. They are thankful for pasture, their own handsome self, and other delights.

Adorable illustrations include a variety of scenes and critters both farm and wild going about their da
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Josie Siler
Mar 24, 2021 rated it it was amazing
This book is so much fun! I’ve come to love the rhyming in this author’s books and this one did not disappoint. The story is adorable, the illustrations super fun, and I loved that the book had flaps to look under and discover more fun animals.
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