by Denise Fleming
All the farm animals are where they should be, clucking and mucking, mewing and cooing, except for the missing goose.
by Cari Meister
This photo-illustrated book for early readers explains what farmers do how they work to raise crops and animals.
Goose on the Farm
by Laura Wall
Sophie and Goose go on a class trip to the farm. Soon Goose feels left out and sets out on his own. He meets many new animals along the way, but it's not quite the same as being with Sophie until ... Baaaa! Has Goose made a new friend?
On the Farm, at the Market
by G. Bryan Karas
On the farm, workers pick vegetables, collect eggs, and make cheese. At the market the next day, the workers set up their stands and prepare for shoppers to arrive. Amy, the baker at the Busy Bee Café, has a very special meal in mind--and, of course, all the farmers show up at the café to enjoy the results of their hard work.
Otis and the Kittens
by Loren Long
When Otis the tractor becomes trapped in a burning barn, after rescuing kittens, his animal friends and local firefighters come to his aid.
Over on the Farm
by Marianne Berkes
A counting book in rhyme presents various farm animals and their offspring, from a mother hen and her "little chick one" to a mother pig and her "little piglets ten."
Stanley the Farmer
by William Bee
It's going to be a busy day down on Stanley's Farm! From plowing the field, to planting the seeds, to harvesting the wheat, Stanley and his friends Shamus and Little Woo have a lot to do.