Synopses & Reviews
and#8220;Everything is simple here, and that's what makes it great. First there's a four-line rhyme: 'Do sheep tango? / Do sheep cha-cha? / All I know is / sheep go . . .' On the next page is the graphically elemental face of a sheep. Lift the flap over its mouth and see 'BAA!' Little ones will be just as appreciative of the duck, frog, cat, pig, and horse. The heavy pages will withstand lots of use, and even though the mouth flaps are just made of paper, they seem strong enough to withstand multiple openings and closings. Just the right look and feel for preschoolers who will add their own joyful noises.and#8221; --Booklist
Do cows sing? Do cows cuckoo? All I know is cows go . . . MOO! Simple, rhythmic, and lots of fun, this big, brightly illustrated board book will have kids happily imitating all kinds of animal andldquo;talk.andrdquo; For each creature--including a sheep, duck, frog, and cat--a giant andldquo;mouthandrdquo; flap lifts up to reveal a new animal sound that will surely inspire a symphony of baa-ing, ribbiting, and meowing. And, at the end, children can open two barnyard gates to see and say all the animal sounds again.
About the Author
Salina Yoon is an award-winning author and illustrator with over 100 books to her credit and a strong sales track record in novelty board books. In 2009 Salina won the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal, Best Book Award, for both Toys
and Rock and Roll: Colors
(Scholastic). Her book Opposnakes
(Simon and Schuster) was a 2009 finalist for the CBC's Children's Choice Book Awards for K-2nd Best Book of the Year. My First Menorah
(Simon and Schuster) was awarded Nick Jr. Family Magazine
Best Books of the Year. Salina resides in San Diego, CA.