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Baby/Toddler              Baker, Keith                            Big fat hen
Count to ten with the big fat hen and her chicks.  Lots to look at and count!

Toddler/PreS               Baddiel, Ivor                            Cock-a doodle quack! quack!        
It's Baby Rooster's job to wake everybody up in the morning, but there's just one problem—he doesn't know how!  A funny animal sound mix-up.

Baby/Toddler/PreS     Cabrera, Jane                         Old MacDonald had a farm
This sing-along nursery rhyme has a surprise ending!

Baby/Toddler              Cimarusti, Maria Torres          Peek-a-moo
An oink, a moo, a cock-a-doodle-doo. Who’s in the barnyard playing peek-a-boo?  Lots of lift-the-flap fun!

Toddler/PreS               Craig, Lindsey             Farmyard beat
A giant farmyard dance party, complete with funny animal sounds. But what happens when all the racket wakes up Farmer Sue?

Baby/Toddler/PreS     Fleming, Denise                      Barnyard banter
It's another noisy morning on the farm, and all of the animals are where they should be -- except Goose. And where is Goose?

Baby/Toddler              Krilanovich, Nadia                   Chicken, chicken, duck!      
Duck and his barnyard friends are up to something, but that Duck always has the last QUACK!

Toddler/PreS               MacLennan, Cathy                 Chicky chicky chook chook
A great read-aloud, sing-aloud, shout-aloud book, with fun-to-imitate animal sounds and rhythmic rhyme.

Toddler/PreS              Minor, Wendell                        My farm friends
Did you know that cows drink a bathtub full of water every day?  And turkeys sometimes purr like a cat?   Bright, bold artwork and jaunty verse celebrate the wonders of our farm friends.

Baby/Toddler              Taback, Simms                      Simms Taback’s farm animals
Fold-out pages create a wonderful guessing game in this fun, interactive book featuring five barnyard favorites.

Baby/Toddler              Tafuri, Nancy                          Spots, feathers, and curly tails
Which animal has spots? What about feathers?  Try to identify familiar barnyard animals from one identifiable part of their anatomy!