Little Golden Book Ser.: Baby Farm Animals by Garth Williams and Golden Books Staff (1993, Hardcover)
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|No one has illustrated animals with as much warmth, humor, and realism as Garth Williams. This classicfull of piglets, kittens, calves, and bunniesis one of his best. Simple, humorous text identifies each fuzzy, furry, or feathery farm animal capering about the farm. This longtime favorite has been reissued for a new generation of kids, who will "pet" the animals on each page over and over again!|
|Author||Golden Books Staff|
|Number Of Pages||24 pages|
|Series||Little Golden Book Ser.|
|Publisher||Random House Children's Books|
|Age Range||3 - 7|
|Dewey Decimal||636/.07 E|
|Illustrated by||Garth Williams|
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- lavendergirl103May 8, 2013by
Great Books!! Wonderful for Kids!!
Unbelievably cute, realistic watercolor pictures of baby farm animals. So glad I bought for my grandkids to look and look at the baby animals and make matching noises! Well worth the money and time to get it.<br>The little golden books are wonderful for young kids. Not too long to lose attention, but long enough for them to learn things about the subject matter.<br>Bought them for my kids; now buying them for the grandkids!!
- piperledoux51Jan 9, 2013by
Great for a little future farmer
Absolutely loved it. It is going in our new barn yard baby nursery for our new oil man. May we read it to him on many of nights.
- cornflower-fair...Mar 5, 2012by
A great early education Little Golden Book with heartwarming artwork.
After the words “ma ma” and “da da,” the sounds children next often learn to make as they begin to communicate with those around them are animal sounds. Who as a parent hasn’t played the game, “What does the cow say? Or, what sound does the chicken make?” I spent hours reading this LGB and others such as the Animals of Farmer Jones and Old MacDonald to my kids. The artwork is heartwarming, the storyline is educational, and the satisfaction of reading this book is a Double A+. My daughters read these books, or had them read to them, so many times as tiny tots, they still to this day can tell you most of the story verbatim without opening the book. LGBs have had a powerful effect on children. Most important, they are timeless.
- happycappy1959Jun 4, 2011by
My favorite book.
This is my favorite book to read to children. I am going to read this book to my granchildren. I will pass this book onto my future generations.