Item description for Who Said Moo? by Harriet Ziefert...
Overview A lift-the-flap book in which the reader can help Red Rooster find out which farm animal answered "Moo" when he crowed one sunny morning.
Publishers Description This deceptively simple, excitingly illustrated board book is based on a telling theme - that every animal has its own distinct sound. The text is perfectly targeted to the youngest children, who will thoroughly enjoy lifting the flaps and imitating the animals' sounds. The sumptuously colorful illustrations are sure to catch the rapt attention of the smallest child.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.2" Width: 7.2" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Feb 1, 2002
Publisher Blue Apple Books
ISBN 1929766475 ISBN13 9781929766475
Availability 0 units.
More About Harriet Ziefert
Harriet Ziefert has been making magic with words for many years. She is the author of over 200 books for young readers. A mother of two and grandmother of five, she lives in South Orange, New Jersey.
Emily Bolam is the artist for the best selling cloth books Sleepy, Sleepy! and Peek-a-Boo Baby. She lives in Brighton, England.
Harriet Ziefert currently resides in Maplewood, in the state of New Jersey.
Harriet Ziefert has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Who Said Moo??
A Constant Favorite Feb 1, 2006
My son is one of the most fickle readers I have ever come across. He pushes away the old books in favor of new ones. However, Who Said Moo? has been a constant favorite for over a year. I wish I had it sooner.
My 2-year-old's favorite book right now Aug 23, 2005
Perfectly adorable. This is the first book that he can recite in its entirety by heart. Like some others have said, he never tires of yelling out the animal sounds when flipping the flaps on each page to reveal the animal hidden underneath. I am buying a second copy just in case.
A Favorite at Our House Jan 6, 2004
My son received this book as a gift when he was just a baby. He loved it then--so much so that some of the flaps were "loved" off the pages--and he loves it now.
my 21-month old's favorite book Sep 29, 2003
my twin daughters love this book more than any other book they have, except Richard Scarry books. they love how the rooster and the other animal (pig, cat, donkey, dog, sheep, cow) changes when you flip the half-page, and they never seem to tire of announcing the animal's names and sounds they make every time we turn a page. the illustrations are colorful and fun for adults to look at, and the last page has all the animals again, so the girls get to recite their inventories of names and sounds all over again. best of all, i'm amazed at how well this book has lasted, considering it's not a board book, and we've read it a dozen times a day for months now.
Excellent baby gift Apr 5, 2003
We received this book as a gift when my son was born, and I started to read it to him when he was just a few weeks old. Even then this book captivated him because the colors and pictures are so engaging. My son is still little (only 10 months), but it's clear that this is his favorite book -- he pulls it off the shelf to look at the pictures and brings it to us to read. Even after reading and re-reading this book for almost a year, the book is still in great condition (only one broken flap), we haven't tired of the story yet, and I'm sure we'll be reading it for a long time to come!