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Moo Moo, Brown Cow By Jakki Wood Rog Bonner,

  • Title: Moo Moo, Brown Cow
  • Author: Jakki Wood Rog Bonner
  • ISBN: 9780152005337
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this playful picture book, young readers follow a curious kitten into a barnyard, where they are introduced to a host of baby animals and their mothers As they move from cows to pigs to dogs to geese, children learn about colors and numbers.
    Moo Moo Brown Cow In this playful picture book young readers follow a curious kitten into a barnyard where they are introduced to a host of baby animals and their mothers As they move from cows to pigs to dogs to gee

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    1. This book is definitely for younger children It is very simple and contains now plot or real story It does include several different types of animals and includes counting You can draw out the counting to help very small children practice counting to 10 It does contain the subtle message of having friends even when you don t have family.It is a fun read and can be used in a story time.

    2. The text is excellent for my preschooler s BUT the water color illustrations are too muted for this book We can barely see the animals to count What was the publisher thinking It makes me think that these publishers are out of touch with the classroom.

    3. Well when this book first arrived on Jeremy s shelf, I didn t expect much out of it But it quickly has become one of our favorites in nightly rotation It tells the story of a little cat that is working her way thru the farmyard and asking all the animals if they have any little babies she could see The book teaches as it counts up from one to ten thru the book, has each animal sound, and has a color associated with every page It also has beautiful watercolor illustrations and Jeremy LOVES to poi [...]

    4. I like this a little better than I went walking, since it includes animal sounds I use it with the lap and toddler time 1 18 12Used in my animal lap time 9 19 12Used again in my farm lap time 9 18 13The young girl chose this one The older boy and girl got into counting all the baby animals.Used in 1 28 colors lap time 1 27 14Also used for a farm lap time 9 16 14Used in color PJ Story Time and Lap Time again 2 4 15Used in Lap Time again.

    5. Jakki Wood, Moo Moo, Brown Cow Red Wagon Books, 1991 Cute counting book for the pre reader set with a couple of odd choices in both illustration oddly, the cat doesn t show up in a couple of pictures and animal choice no real way to illustrate the final page without leaving out some of the other animals However, I don t think the pre reader set is going to notice either, and truthfully, most parents probably won t, either.

    6. I picked up this book for my then 9 month old at my local Goodwill in a pile of other books I was attracted to the repetitive text, but I was unsure about whether my son would respond to the somewhat warbled water color images My child is now completely addicted to this book It makes him smile just to start saying moo moo brown cow He will sit in front of this book turning the pages for easily 15 minutes at a go.

    7. There seems something really revolutionary about this book Kitty asks all the other animals house many children they have, but when they ask Kitty, she says she has none, but many, many friends maybe I m reading too much into it, but it seems like the ultimate auntie book kitty loves babies, but that doesn t mean she has to have any.

    8. Great storytime book because you can use it as an extension to Baa Baa Black Sheep , singing the words of the book along to the tune of the song, i.e Quack quack, white duck, have you any ducklings Yes kitty, yes kitty, four fluffy ducklings Little ones always are engaged with song The watercolor illustrations are also bold and beautiful.

    9. This cover didn t jump out at me at the library The content was pleasantly surprising Nice rhythm Includes animals and the names of their babies Salo and I read this one 4 times during the first sitting.

    10. This book is multifunctional I recieved this as a gift for my oldest from my DH 5th grade teacher You learn colors, animals, sounds and counting It is adorable in its telling and can be read multiple times learning something new.

    11. In rhyming text, readers are introduced to mother and baby farm animal pairs A great read aloud for PreK 2.

    12. I think this was my favorite board book as a kid I remember really loving the paintings with all the little animals.

    13. My two year old repeats the line many many friends from this book Perfect text and illustration Nice large page size.

    14. Since Danny pretty much ruined Moo, Baa, La, La, La, this became Tommy s go to book for animal sounds It has beautiful water color illustrations and a not too irritating rhyme.

    15. Cute little board book that will work well with my age group, but is physically rather small I ll sit on the floor with them and hopefully that will accommodate everyone.

    16. Reading this book helps to encourage rout counting from one to ten It tells you the sound the animals make so if you have a group that loves animals add this to you quiet area Shh

    17. Since Danny pretty much ruined Moo, Baa, La, La, La, this became Tommy s go to book for animal sounds It has beautiful water color illustrations and a not too irritating rhyme.

    18. I love the illustrations in this book It shows all the different animals on a farm It shows their sound and both the offspring and the parent.

    19. Since Danny pretty much ruined Moo, Baa, La, La, La, this became Tommy s go to book for animal sounds It has beautiful water color illustrations and a not too irritating rhyme.

    20. Readers learn about numbers and colors as a lively kitten visits the barnyard asking mother animals about their babies.

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