Farmer Brown thinks it's odd when he hears typing sounds coming from the barn. But his troubles really begin when his cows start leaving him notes. ...Show synopsisFarmer Brown thinks it's odd when he hears typing sounds coming from the barn. But his troubles really begin when his cows start leaving him notes. First they demand better working conditions, then they stage a strike. Cronin's understated text and Lewin's expressive illustrations make the most of this hilarious situation. Full-color illustrations.Hide synopsis
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This is a fun book for both reader and listener. It is interesting, funny,
suspenseful and just plain great fun!! My soon to be eight grandson
says he hates to read, but he picked this book up and read it in less than 5 minutes and
couldn't put it down until he finished it. He just LOVED the ending,
too. The author shows great imagination and knowledge of her reader
group (preschool till 9 years old I believe it was rated by the
publisher....although 59 year old grandmothers LOVED it, too!!) My
personal recommendation is for children of all ages because it is truly
different from other beginning reader books I've read in that the
author uses real life situations with unlikely participants.....just
reading the title: Clack, Clack, Moo, Moo: Cows That Type....gives you
an excellent idea of what is likely to come. And it's a great read
aloud story, too. However, picturing the perplexed farmer faced with
cows AND chickens on strike, plus dissatisfact from his ducks who were
his mediators make the story absolutely hilarious. I was raised with sing song books that went: Look, look, look, see, see, see, and I hated them in first grade. Then we got Dr.Seuss and nothing was ever boring again, but this book is the ultimate
book for weary parents and grandparents, reluctant readers, avid
readers, and anyone who just loves a good yarn spiced with great humor
and amazing imagination. Books don't get any better than this one!!
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