Moo in the Morning by Barbara Maitland

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Tired of waking up every morning to the deafening racket of the city streets, Mom decides its time for a trip to Uncle Jacks farm. But she and her child soon realize there are different kinds of noises in a country morning -- a whole symphony that runs the gamut from "Cock-a-doodle-doo!" to "Ooomoooo!"

Barbara Maitland's rhythmic text makes for a fun interactive reading experience, and bright, jazzy illustrations by Andrew Kulman are the perfect counterpart.


About Barbara Maitland

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Maitland was born and raised in England.
Published January 1, 1997 by SoftbABCks. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Children's Books. Fiction

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Maitland (The Bookstore Ghost) offers a subtle message about appreciating one's home, and Kulman's (Red Light Stop, Green Light Go) artwork weaves in themes that connect the commonalities between city and country.

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