Thing That Bothered Farmer Brown by Teri Sloat

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Farmer Brown and all his animals are ready for sleep, but a tiny whiny humming sound keeps them awake.
 

About Teri Sloat

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Teri Sloat grew up in Salem, in the Willamette Valley where berry crops are grown. As a child, as soon as school was out for the summer, Sloat went to work in the fields. Her and her friends picked berries from 5am until 4pm. Sloat had planned on teaching art in high school. She met her husband in college and before they began teaching high school, they were given a chance to move to rural Alaska and teach elementary school in a small Yup'ik village at the mouth of the Yukon River. They lived and taught for 12 years on the Kuskokwim and Yukon Rivers in Yup'ik villages. Sloat has been publishing books for children since 1989. Jennifer A. Ericsson is a children's librarian and the author of "The Most Beautiful Kid in the World," an American Bookseller Pick of the Lists. She lives in Concord, New Hampshire. Nadine Bernard Westcott's many books for children include "Hello Toes! Hello Feet!," a "Child" magazine Best Book of the Year. She lives on Nantucket, Massachusetts.
 
Published March 1, 1995 by Orchard Books. 32 pages
Genres: Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction

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Westcott's (Never Take a Pig to Lunch) illustrations alternate between the farmer's room and the barn's interior, and the skeeter's flight path is indicated by a curly, dotted line across each page (observant readers will wonder why it's light outside the farmer's bedroom window, but nighttime-da...

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There's mayhem aplenty as a pesky fly makes its way through a farmer's bedroom and barnyard. Ages 4-7. (May)

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