The Farmyard Jamboree

The Farmyard Jamboree

Inspired by A Chilean Folktale

Book - 2012
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Sing and dance along with a young boy who introduces different members of his family along with a new farmyard animal and animal baby on every page of this rollicking early learner, inspired by a Chilean folk tale. AUTHOR: Margaret MacDonald has traveled the world on storytelling tours, written over sixty books and has a Ph.D. in folklore from Indiana University. Margaret teaches storytelling at the University of Washington and has been a children's librarian since 1965. Sophie Fatus is an illustrator and sculptress who studied at the prestigious Academy of Fine Art in Paris. Her brightly coloured illustrations and quirky style are world-renowned and have graced the pages of many Barefoot books including If You're Happy and You Know It!, The Real Princess and The Story Tree. Bob King has been performing, teaching and writing for children and adults for over thirty years. He is known for his catchy, clever and fun songs, as well as his entertaining articles, poems, plays and radio shows. Bob has recorded seven albums for both children and adults. SELLING POINTS: A Barefoot Books bestseller first published in 2005, with sales to date of over 35,000 copies Includes a dual purpose audio and video CD to listen to the sing-along on a CD player or listen and watch the video animation on a Mac or PC Colour throughout
Publisher: Cambridge : Barefoot Books, 2012, c2005.
ISBN: 9781846867187
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. + 1 sound disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.). --


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