Farm Books

Titles to take you down to the farm:

My Farm Friends by Wendell Minor

Is there anything cuter than a little lamb or playful piglet? Farm animals are fascinating, and they are full of surprises, too. Naturally, cows make milk- but did you know they need to drink a bathtub-full of water every day? And of course turkeys gobble- but sometimes they purr like cats. Wendell Minor's bright, bold artwork and jaunty verse celebrate the wonders of our farm friends, and a list of fun facts gives curious animal-lovers even more to enjoy.

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The Loopy Coop Hens by Janet Morgan Stoeke

Midge, Pip, and Dot are the hens of Loopy Coop Farm. They want to fly like Rooster Sam, but they just can't seem to do it, even though they try and try. With its surprise ending, short and punchy text, and Stoeke's hilariously expressive pictures, this is a story kids will want to return to again and again.

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Millie Waits for the Mail by Alexander Steffensmeier

Millie is unlike most other cows.  She chews her cud and grazes in the field with the others, but she doesn't enjoy that nearly as much as she loves scaring the mail carrier.  It's too bad the mail carrier doesn't have as much fun each time Millie comes up with a new way to surprise him.  Who knew delivering the mail was going to be such a difficult job?

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