Do Cows Meow
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Rhyming text and flaps reveal a variety of farm animals and the sounds they make, including ducks, cows, and horses. On board pages.
Presents questions about the sounds different animals make such as "Do goats growl?" and "Do hamsters hoot?" with the answers hidden beneath the flaps.
Rhyming text and flaps reveal a variety of wild animals and the sounds they make, including snakes, bears, and lions. On board pages.
Meow Said the Cow is the second in the hilarious Auntie Lily series that is a perfect read right before sleep. The mood is lightened with Auntie Lily's silly rhymes, which guarantees bedtime with a smile: ) Silly Auntie Lily Loves cows big and small She tells us cow stories That make no sense at all Loony goofy stories Always told in rhyme 'Cause silly Auntie Lily Is silly all the time Have fun and help your child develop with Meow Said the Cow - the hilarious second volume in the READY TO READ children's books series about funny, silly cows in nonsensical situations that will have you and your kids rolling with laughter.
Swing open the giant flaps over each adorable snake to reveal which extra-long opposnake is waiting for them. This book features simple opposites such as clean to dirty, quiet to loud, hot to cold, and a grand finale of one lonely snake becoming lots and lots of snakes having a party! With its simple, graphically inspired illustrations, this book will delight children of all ages.
The cows are in the kitchen, the ducks on the dresser, the pigs in the pantry, the hens on the hatstand and the sheep on the sofa While the farmer snoozes in the haystack, the animals are having a ball in his farmhouse
Woodland animals play a guessing game with the little ones in this interactive board book! Each spread poses a riddle to young readers: "Who's at home?" Children will love lifting the flaps to reveal a furry bear, a wide-eyed owl, a cheery squirrel, a dozing beaver, and a cuddly rabbit all snuggled up in their homes.