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156 Results
On the farm —Elliott, David, 1947-

Gives a view of the world of the family farm.

Cows can moo! Can you? —Worth, Bonnie, author.

"Join the Cat in the Hat as he spends a day on the farm with Mr. and Mrs. Greenbean and their three little Greenbeans, Jean, Dean, and baby Irene. From dawn to dusk, kids will see cows being milked, chickens being fed, ...

Life-size farm : horse, cow, llama, rabbit, and more--an all new actual-size animal encyclopedia

Life-sized photographs depict nineteen animals that children might encounter while on the farm, with facts for each of them.

All around the farm —Alexander, Heather, 1962-

"Discover everything there is to know about all kinds of farms, from the powerful John Deere machines that work the fields to the amazing animals that live there. Did you know? Combines can harvest enough wheat in 9 seco...

Farm : a LEGO adventure in the real world —Arlon, Penelope, author.

Go on a journey down on the farm with the LEGO(R) minifigures and see fun animals and learn fun facts all about farming. You'll find great LEGO building ideas, too!

Farm animals —Daynes, Katie.

How do pigs keep cool? Why do farmers shear their sheep? Which farm animals live underwater? In this book you'll find the answers and lots more facts about farm animals around the world.

One sheep, two sheep —Sauer, Tammi, author.

"In this hilarious barnyard picture book, Rooster is trying to count sheep but keeps getting interrupted by all of the animals on the farm. They're ruffling his feathers-and they don't look the slightest bit sheepish! Fe...

The year at Maple Hill Farm —Provensen, Alice.

Describes the seasonal changes on a farm and surrounding countryside throughout the year.

Farm —Grange, Emma, author.
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Uses print and braille to teach young readers about farms and farm animals.-- Source other than Library of Congress.

Hi-five farm! : read, hi-five, repeat —Burach, Ross, author, illustrator.

What better way for preschoolers, or farm animals, to greet each other than a hi-five--and learn about opposites and farm animals at the same time.

Life on a farm —Acampora, Courtney.

Introduces children to the vehicles, animals, and crops that make up farm life.

1001 things to spot on the farm —Doherty-Derkowski, Gillian, 1938-

Basic word and number skills are developed as the reader is encouraged to find, count and talk about things on the farm.

Farm animals —Arrhenius, Ingela P., 1967- author, illustrator.

A fluffy sheep. A proud rooster. A slithery snake. There are so many farm animals to adore! Adapted from designer Ingela P. Arrhenius's gigantic showcase picture book Animals--but focusing only on its farm creatures--thi...

Farm animals

"Find out about chirping chicks, fluffy ducklings and all their farmyard friends. Then learn how to build a model farm, make a woolen sheep, and even mix up a tasty milkshake"--Page [4] of cover.

Born in a barn : farm animals and their young —Gemming, Elizabeth.

Introduces the birth, growth, care, and feeding of geese, chickens, pigs, sheep, goats, horses, cows, and other farm animals.

Baby farm animals —Williams, Garth, author, illustrator.

Shows kittens, rabbits, guinea pigs, donkeys, ducklings, chicks, piglets, calves, puppies, lambs, kids, goslings and foals, and describes their life on the farm.-- Source other than Library of Congress.

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