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Books with title Baa, Moo, I Love You!: A Book of Animal Sounds

  • Baa, Moo, I Love You!: A Book of Animal Sounds

    Sandra Magsamen

    Board book (LB Kids, April 8, 2014)
    The kitty says meow when she meets a cow.The cow says moo, how do you do?Learn the names of six animals and their sounds as friendly farm animals say hello to each other on each spread. Featuring sturdy tabs to turn and a die-cut handle built right into the book, this is the perfect story for little ones to read together with parents or flip through on their very own. This new book in the I Love Learning series teaches simple concepts while reminding little ones how much they are cherished through Sandra Magsamen's signature heartfelt text and cozy, hand-stitched illustration style. Readers will *love* learning about animal sounds!
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  • Oink! Moo! How Do You Do?: A Book of Animal Sounds

    Grace MacCarone, Hans Wilhelm

    Hardcover (Cartwheel Books, Sept. 1, 1994)
    A group of familiar animals comes together to eat the newly harvested apples and corn until the farmer shoos them away
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  • Oink! Moo! How Do You Do? A Book of Animal Sounds

    Grace Maccarone

    Paperback (Scholastic Inc., March 15, 1994)
    Bright colors and cartoon critters invite preschoolers to enjoy this book of sounds. Twenty creatures, both feathered and furry, are on their way to raid the fruits and vegetables in the farmer's pickup. Each page features two animals at a time as they hurry to the feast. The farmer comes to shoo them away, but only after they've eaten their fill. They scatter and talk about what a great day it's been as they settle down for the night. The first line of the large-print text on each page is the sound each beast makes, and the second line rhymes with the first. The watercolor illustrations on white backgrounds are full of action and personality. Sure to be popular.
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  • Oink! moo! how do you do?: A book of animal sounds

    Grace Maccarone

    Hardcover (Scholastic, March 15, 1994)
    Gathering together after the farm's harvest, a pig, cow, sheep, donkey, goose, and horse plan to eat up all of the apples and corn until the farmer catches them and shoos everybody away. By the author of Itchy, Itchy Chicken Pox.
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  • Baa, Moo, I Love You!: A Book of Animal Sounds

    Sandra Magsamen

    Board book (LB Kids, March 15, 1813)
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