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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...

Animal sounds : [board book] —Neal, Christopher Silas, author, illustrator.

In this inventive board book with striking images, Christopher Silas Neal combines animals and noises to form unique, inventive sounds. Children will have endless fun guessing what brand-new, made-up noises will appear n...

Rum pum pum —Harrison, David L. (David Lee), 1937- author.
Book + Audio
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"Rrrrh!" means "Let's be friends" in tiger talk, but the other animals don't understand him and run away! Maybe the gentle "rum-pum-pum" of the drum can help him. The lonely tiger finds a drum. He strikes it with his tai...

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.

Rum pum pum —Harrison, David L. (David Lee), 1937- author.

"'Rrrrh!' means 'Let's be friends' in tiger talk, but the other animals don't understand him and run away! Maybe the gentle 'rum-pum-pum' of the drum can help him find a friend"--Provided by publisher.

Mixed-up animal sounds —Falk, Laine, 1974- author.

This book will make toddlers giggle as the cow quacks and the duck meows. Luckily, the animals finally get their sounds right!

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 ...

Barnyard lullaby —Asch, Frank.

Although the farmer only hears animal noises, when the different barnyard animals sing lullabies to their respective children, the babies understand the words. Includes music.

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.

Down on the farm —Kutner, Merrily.

Simple rhyming text describes the sounds and activities of animals during a day on the farm.

Chicken talk around the world —Schaefer, Carole Lexa, author.

All around the world, children on their grandmothers' farms listen to the chickens cluck in their own languages.

Moo dog —Milgrim, David.

The other animals laugh at Dog when he moos instead of barks, but Dog and Bird show the others that being different can be fun.

Brown Bear and friends little bear library. —Martin, Bill, 1916-2004, author.

In Brown Bear, Brown Bear, what do you see? illustrations and rhyming text present a variety of animals each in a different color.

What the ladybird heard —Donaldson, Julia, author.
Book + CD
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Although much quieter than the farm animals that moo, cluck, or oink, a gentle ladybug is instrumental in foiling a plan to steal the farm's prize-winning cow.

Ten red apples —Hutchins, Pat, 1942-2017

In rhyming verses, one animal after another neighs, moos, oinks, quacks and makes other appropriate sounds as each eats an apple from the farmer's tree.

My very first book of animal sounds —Carle, Eric.

Illustrations on split pages enable the reader to mix and match animals and their sounds.

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