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Peck the ground. Lay some eggs. Chickens are at home on the farm.
Chew some grass. Flick a tail. Cows are at home on the farm.
Learn all about opposites with illustrated elephant duo, Eddie and Ellie. These curious elephants explore the world around them together, but somehow always ...
Text and photographs take readers on a visit to the farm, including descriptions of the things, people, and animals found there.
Farmers grow the food we eat. Learn about a farmer’s tools, workplace, and role in the community.
Goat is bored with its habitat! Follow Goat as it tries out different places to live. Which habitat will make the best home for Goat? ...
Climb and play. Rest in a sunny field. Goats are at home on the farm.
This book teaches readers about what field trips are, why people take field trips, and what you can learn from a field trip to a farm.
Whinny and neigh. Gallop and trot. Horses are at home on the farm.
What can you spot on the farm? This book guides readers on a farm walk, gradually introducing clues such as tufts of fur on a fence or shapes in the mud to ...
Describes all that is involved in growing apples - covering planting, pollination, harvesting, different varieties, and more.
Discusses the activities of a dairy farm, describing the machines and the process used to get the milk to our table.
Snort and grunt. Roll in mud. Pigs are at home on the farm.
Pulling, plowing, hauling. Tractors do it all. Tractors help farmers plant crops, haul heavy loads, and much more. Learn more about these helpful vehicles in ...
This book uses a selection of fun true or false questions to get readers thinking all about cows, pigs, horses, sheep, and more. Readers turn the page to ...
Your breakfast cereal starts on a farm. The milk you drink comes from a farm. Planting crops and raising livestock is part of a farmer’s daily life. What else ...
From mending fences to seedlings and combines, life on the farm changes from season to season. Discover what farmers do in winter. Learn how crops are ...
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