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Who's in the Farmyard?

Who's in the Farmyard? (Board)

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Head down to the farm and spot frisky goats bleating in the garden, little lambs baaing in the fields and many other animals and their babies being woken up by the rooster's crow. This is the third book in a popular series,joining Who's in the Garden? and Who's in the Forest? Joins Who's in the Garden? (published in 2010 with over 7,000 copies sold) and Who's in the Forest? (published in 2010 with over 2,000 copies sold) to create a delightful set of peepo favorites! Energetic rhyming text builds early language skills. Chunky boards and peepo portholes give this book lots of toddler appeal. Jill McDonald's fun and lively animals and farm scenes are full of detail and colour.

Children'sPicture books, activity books & early learning materialPicture booksBaby books Publisher: Barefoot Books Ltd Publication Date: 03/01/2012 ISBN-13: 9781846865749  Details: Type: Board Format: Books
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Phillis Gershator has written more than twenty-five books for children. She has worked as a children's librarian and enjoys cooking, gardening and especially reading. Phillis lives in the US Virgin Islands with her husband and frequent co-author, David. This is her third book in the series following Who's in the Garden? and Who's in the Forest? Phillis has also written Listen, Listen for Barefoot Books. about the artist: Jill McDonald finds inspiration in patterns and nature. She has worked as an illustrator and textile designer since graduating from Rhode Island School of Design in 1998. Jill creates her images using textured and painted papers which she then assembles digitally. As well as her artwork for this series, she has also worked with Barefoot Books to create Over in the Meadow. She lives in Missouri, USA with her husband and young son.

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