263 Results
263 Results
That's what dinosaurs do —John, Jory.
Book
2019
7 available of 18 items

Down on the farm —Kutner, Merrily.
Book
2009
12 available of 16 items

Simple rhyming text describes the sounds and activities of animals during a day on the farm.

Barnyard lullaby —Asch, Frank.
Book
1998
11 available of 13 items

Although the farmer only hears animal noises, when the different barnyard animals sing lullabies to their respective children, the babies understand the words. Includes music.

Grrrros lions! —Munsch, Robert N., 1945-
Book
2009
5 available of 9 items

What the ladybird heard next —Donaldson, Julia, author.
Book
2015
10 available of 15 items

Spot goes to the farm —Hill, Eric, 1927-
Book
1998
21 available of 28 items

Spot searches for new babies among the farm animals, each of which greets him with its own distinctive noise. Moveable flaps conceal portions of the illustrations.

Moo dog —Milgrim, David.
Book
2016
21 available of 28 items

The other animals laugh at Dog when he moos instead of barks, but Dog and Bird show the others that being different can be fun.

Brown Bear and friends little bear library. —Martin, Bill, 1916-2004, author.
Book
2016
2 available of 5 items

In Brown Bear, Brown Bear, what do you see? illustrations and rhyming text present a variety of animals each in a different color.

Mixed-up animal sounds —Falk, Laine, 1974- author.
Book
2019
5 available of 8 items

This book will make toddlers giggle as the cow quacks and the duck meows. Luckily, the animals finally get their sounds right!

Cock-a-doodle oops! —Degman, Lori.
Book
2014
7 available of 9 items

"While the rooster is gone, the pig, cow, sheep, and other farm animals attempt to rouse Farmer McPeeper with "cock-a-doodle SQUEAL," "cock-a-doodle MOO," and "cock-a-doodle BAAAA," with hilarious results"-- Provided by ...

Do cows meow? : a lift-the-flap book —Yoon, Salina.
Book
2012
1 available of 6 items

"Do cows sing? Do cows coo? All I know is cows go--moo! Lift the flaps to find lots more barnyard animal sounds!"--P. [4] of cover.

What the ladybug heard —Donaldson, Julia.
Book
2010
4 available of 6 items

Although much quieter than the farm animals that moo, cluck, or oink, a gentle ladybug is instrumental in foiling a plan to steal the farm's prize-winning cow.

The pup speaks up : a phonics reader —Hays, Anna Jane.
Book
2003
4 available of 4 items

After Bo and Pal, his silent new puppy, go for a walk and hear the various sounds of animals and objects around them, Pal finally speaks up.

Quiet night —Singer, Marilyn.
Book
2002
3 available of 5 items

One frog, two owls, three geese are joined by increasingly larger numbers of different animals that keep ten campers from falling asleep in their tent.

Hello, day! —Lobel, Anita.
Book
2008
15 available of 18 items

Various animals greet the sunrise in their own unique voices, except for the owl who welcomes the night.

Oh, what a noisy farm! —Ziefert, Harriet.
Book
2004
1 available of 3 items

All the farm animals in this cumulative tale get into the act when the bull starts chasing the cow around the pasture.

Cowie —Stanton, Elizabeth Rose, author, illustrator.
Book
2020
0 available of 3 items

A donkey wants to be a cow but needs his animal friends to help him learn how to moo first.

Color day party! ; The sound of spring!
Book
2019
3 available of 13 items

Double the Troll-tastic fun with two DreamWorks Trolls Step into Reading books in one!

Honk, honk! Baa, baa! —Horáček, Petr.
Book
2014
8 available of 10 items

Noah's bark —Krensky, Stephen.
Book
2010
26 available of 29 items

Noah is distracted by animals making whatever sound comes into their heads while he is trying to build, then pilot, the ark, and so he devises a way for each animal to choose only one sound.

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