Cover Image: Moo, Cluck, Baa! The Farm Animals Are Hungry

Moo, Cluck, Baa! The Farm Animals Are Hungry

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I read this book this morning with my daughter and it was a quick read as there are only a few pages with it being a board book.

The illustrations used in the book are nice and bright and toddlers will like – my daughter is 2 and she thought that they were great!  I like that the book will have buttons that can be pressed to make the relevant sounds too

It makes it fun and also had an element of learning too – 3 stars from me
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What a great book for babies and toddlers. This book is the perfect length to keep a little one’s attention, and the sounds are sure to win them over. With cute illustrations, this book is sure to be a hit with little ones.
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A nice, simple book for young babies and toddlers which simply introduces farm animals and the sounds they make. My one year old loved pointing to the animals and I loved the illustrations which are really simple and uncluttered.
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This book is adorable for small children! They will definitely enjoy the pictures and the animal sound buttons! What a perfect gift for the small child in your life!

Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the advanced digital copy of this book!
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This is a very short book for the very youngest children.  They will enjoy seeing the animals and pressing the buttons to hear the sounds that they make.  A simple concept but it is effective.

Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this title in exchange for an honest review.

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This delightful board book will have kids coming back again and again to interact with the farm animal sounds.  The animals are hungry and each of their favourite meals are highlighted:  cow wants hay, sheep wants clover, and pig would love a crunchy apple, just to name a few. They are all eagerly awaiting the farmer who will grant all their wishes.  Yum! 

This book is short, simple and delivers. Kids can mimic all the animal sounds and have tons of fun doing it.  

The illustrations are crisp and clear.  The colour pallet is black, white, blue and yellow.  The book will help wee ones with animal recognition and their sounds while introducing toddlers to descriptive words.  Even though the book is short it will be read over and over again with glee.  I recommend it.
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I work with toddlers and this book is a book that I would buy to read to them.  Simple text and great pictures.
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Farm animal sounds to delight your little ones. And these animals are hungry. You will have fun reading with your baby making the animal sounds and learning what the animals like to eat. A gift of learning and reading is a rewarding way to spend time with your baby.

A Special Thank you to Quartro Publishing and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review
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This book is one of my children’s favorites. We have read it over and over. They lustrations are fun in the words are easy enough that my children can read along with me. This book would make a lovely gift that any child would enjoy.
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This is by far the shortest book I came across, even in the kids section. The content with the different sounds of the animals is short, sweet and will make the kids laugh. However, I did think the book could hold something more related to the theme. A fair read.
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Cow, sheep, pig, and hen all want some tasty treats that the farmer brings around. That's pretty much the story! This is a simple, cute little book (I'm assuming this will be a board book even though I got it as an e-book ARC) where kids can moo like a cow, bleat like a sheep, oink like a pig, and cluck like a hen. The colors - black, white, blue, and yellow - are not in-your-face and bring good highlights to the book. This reminds me of the Dr. Seuss books I used to read as a kid where it was a black and white image with a splash of color here and there.
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I thought that the book was nothing too much and that it is good for the youngest children because it is so simple. The illustrations won my heart.
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This was a fun little book.  It seemed strange to me that the cow and sheep were looking at the reader, but the chicken and the pig were looking sideways.  I really liked how in the end all the animals had their treat.
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