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Can you guess? : animal sounds with the Very Hungry Caterpillar.

"Can you guess all of the animal sounds? Luckily, The Very Hungry Caterpillar has helpful hints along the way! Children will love imitating the sounds of each of the animals in this sturdy board book."

Boo! Baa, la la la! —Boynton, Sandra, author.

The littlest book-lovers and their families will enjoy following the gentle cow as she ventures out into the moonlit night, trying to discover who it was that replied to her 'BOO' with a 'BAA.' The surprise ending is cer...

The very quiet cricket —Carle, Eric, author, illustrator.

A very quiet cricket who wants to rub his wings together and make a sound as do so many other animals finally achieves his wish. The cricket's sound is reproduced at the end of the book.

Cock-a-doodle oops! —Degman, Lori.

"While the rooster is gone, the pig, cow, sheep, and other farm animals attempt to rouse Farmer McPeeper with "cock-a-doodle SQUEAL," "cock-a-doodle MOO," and "cock-a-doodle BAAAA," with hilarious results"-- Provided by ...

Jibber-jabber —Enos, Randall, author, illustrator.

Illustrations and easy-to-read text pair animal sounds, from the coo of a pigeon and caw of a crow to the "zzzz" of a mosquito and the "ssss" of a snake.

Cats got talent —Barrett, Ron, author, illustrator.

"When three cats find themselves homeless in an alley, they form a singing group with the hope that they will earn the love they need"-- Provided by publisher.

Quiet night —Singer, Marilyn.

One frog, two owls, three geese are joined by increasingly larger numbers of different animals that keep ten campers from falling asleep in their tent.

Old MacDonald had a dragon —Baker, Ken, 1962-

The new dragon on Old MacDonald's farm puts all the other animals, and the farmer, in peril.

Chicken, chicken, duck! —Krilanovich, Nadia.

Easy-to-read, rhythmic text about a group of farm animals, led by a tenacious duck, who play a noisy game together.

Oink! moo! how do you do? —Maccarone, Grace.

A group of familiar animals comes together to eat the newly harvested apples and corn until the farmer shoos them away.

How loud is a lion? —Blackstone, Stella.

Introduces a crowd of colorful creatures, including crafty crocodiles, mischievous monkeys, and of course, loud lions. On board pages.

Crocodile beat —Jorgensen, Gail.

Lying in wait in the water, Crocodile hears a multitude of animal sounds and plans on having a tasty dinner, but he is bested by Lion.

Cock-a-doodle-doo, creak, pop-pop, moo —Aylesworth, Jim.

Rhyming text divulges the many sounds heard on a farm, from a rooster's morning crow to an owl's goodnight call.

Duddle Puck : the puddle duck —Wilson, Karma.

A very odd duck that refuses to quack shocks and flusters animals all over the farm with his clucking, honking, oinking, and neighing.

Can you say it, too? : Arf! arf! —Braun, Sebastien, author, illustrator.

Invites young readers to discover what ocean animals are hidden beneath flaps and imitate their sounds, including those made by seals, dolphins, and crabs.

Oink-a-doodle-moo —Czekaj, Jef.

In a barnyard, a pig whispers into a rooster's ear, starting a game of "telephone" that goes horribly awry.

Roar! : a story about self-confidence —Bendall-Brunello, Tiziana.

Little Lion tries hard to roar like everyone else in his family but all he can do is squeak until he meets Mouse, who gives him just the encouragement he needs.

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