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by Rog Bonner,Jakki Wood

eBook Moo, Moo, Brown Cow- Have You Any- download ISBN: 1854060988
Author: Rog Bonner,Jakki Wood
Publisher: ABC/The All Children's Co. (1991)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1972 kb
Fb2: 1132 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Mathematics

The development of this book has been supported by Rajiv Gandhi Foundation.

The development of this book has been supported by Rajiv Gandhi Foundation. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY . license.

Moo Moo, Brown Cow. WRITTEN BY Jakki Wood ILLUSTRATED BY ROg Bonner. jpgBaa baa, black sheep, have you any lambs? Yes kitty, yes kitty, two woolly lambs. Bleat bleat, yellow goat, have you any kids? Yes kitty, yes kitty, three sleepy kids. jpgHonk honk, blue goose, have you any goslings? Yes kitty, yes kitty, five fat goslings. jpg2 E. Cluck cluck, orangehen, Yes kitty, yes kitty, have.

Cows in the Kitchen (Classic Books with Holes Board Book): Series of books based on popular songs like this and Down at the Station. His fields are empty, so Tom Farmer is looking for all the farmyard animals. He's in for a big surprise when he finds them! What will he do to sort them out. 2 "Wacky Animasl" Every one will be giggling at these animals’ amusing antics. Cows In The Kitchen (classic Books With Holes).

Moo Moo, Brown Cow book. Book everyone reads, my parents have read this book. This is like baa, baa black sheep have you an wool, but instead it is baa, baa black sheep have you any lambs? Yes kitty, yes kitty, three woolly lambs. by. Wood, Jakki; Bonner, Rog, il. Readers learn about numbers and colors as a lively kitten visits the barnyard asking mother animals about their babies. Wood, Jakki; Bonner, Rog, ill. Publication date. no page number in the book.

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Comments: (7)
We love this book! It's a wonderful read and goes well to the tune of Baa Baa Black Sheep
This is a very sweet book to help teach colors, counting and animals two young children.
This book is perfect for introducing very young children to different animals. Each page a "kitty" asks an animal if she has any offspring (in much simpler works of course), to which each animal responds "yes kitty! yes kitty!" and replies with the number off chicks, puppies or what not. Our little one laughs with glee when we get this book out.
A variation on the old nursery rhyme, "Baa Baa Black Sheep, Have You Any Wool", Moo Moo Brown Cow is pleasingly illustrated with artistic renderings of mother and baby animals. A little orange cat makes his way through the barnyard checking up on the new additions to the animals' families. Among the skills developed in the reading are counting, colors, names of adult and baby animals, and rhyming. Presented in a sturdy boardbook format, this gentle story is sure to please babies through preschoolers. You can even sing your way along using the old Baa Baa Black sheep tune. Lovely bit of kids' lit.
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I've had to purchase a replacement copy of this book. It was so well loved by our first three children that when number four took an interest in it, the spine literally fell apart. The repetitive, predictable text is part of the appeal. I have enjoyed watching each of my non-readers share the story with their next-younger sibling. Moo Moo, Brown Cow is a classic in our house!
The books I ordered were not only here in a week, but in excellent condition!
I am very satisfied with my books!
This book is one of our favorites!
I love this book. I think it is good for small children because it teaches them what sounds animals make and how to count at the same time in a fun way.
Since "Moo Moo, Brown Cow" is more or less a counting book, the clarity of the illustrations is very important. I think the artist's style makes it difficult for a small child to count the animals, especially on the pages with the piglets and the small fry. The colors are subdued and the animals are not distinctly depicted. My two-year old, who loves counting, is also not so interested in this book. If this were a different kind of story-book, the illustration might be very charming.

Despite the illustrations, the concept is simple and appealing: Kitty goes from mommy-animal to mommy-animal and asks how many babies each has. Each answers, the first animal having one baby, the second having two, etc. up to ten. With each animal the child also learns the correct term for the offspring.

If you are looking specifically for a counting book, I don't think this is a good choice. Otherwise, it definitely has its appeal as simple animal story for young toddlers.