On the Farm
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by Denise Fleming
All the farm animals are where they should be, clucking and mucking, mewing and cooing, except for the missing goose.
by Elisha Cooper
Describes the activities on a busy family farm from the spring when preparations for planting begin to the autumn when the cats grow winter coats and the cold rains begin to fall.
by Cari Meister
This photo-illustrated book for early readers explains what farmers do how they work to raise crops and animals.
by Lindsey Craig
The sounds of the farm animals create a lively beat that keep Farmer Sue, the chicks, sheep, and other farm animals awake.
I Spy on the Farm
by Edward Gibbs
An interactive introduction to farm animals invites youngsters to make animal noises and practice color and letter recognition while peeping through a spy hole on every page and observing clues to guess which animal will be revealed next in the story.
Meet the Farmer
by Joyce Jeffries
Farmers know how to get the most out of the land, whether with crops or big farm animals. Readers learn more about the lives of these important community helpers with the help of full-color photographs and easy-to-read text.
The House that Zack Built
by Alison Murray
This fun twist on the House that Jack Built follows Zack and his dog Rufus as they share a day on the farm, building a house out of blocks, before a wandering fly attracts the attention of a determined feline, inadvertently wreaking havoc.