Synopses & Reviews
During her visit to the farm, Sally discovers many new friends and much to do. She works hard and plays even harder with an array of animals. Adapted from the classic picture book Sally Goes to the Farm
and illustrated in Huneckandrsquo;s signature woodcut prints, this simplified text is perfect for animal-loving toddlers.
Praise for Sally at the Farm
andquot;Huneckandrsquo;s vibrantly colored woodcut illustrations translate well to the smaller format whether on full- or double-page spreads.andquot;
Sally visits a dog-friendly ski lodge, complete with dog skiing, dog snowboarding, dog sledding, and, of course, dog dinner! Adapted from the classic picture book Sallyandrsquo;s Snow Adventure and illustrated in Huneckandrsquo;s pitch-perfect woodcut prints, this simplified text is perfect for snow-loving toddlers and wintertime positioning.
After looking at a book on forest animals, Sally is determined to meet some of these wild friends in their natural habitat. She finds a repetitive owl, a smelly skunk, moose tracks, and a hungry bear . . . whose meal of berries makes Sally realize that itandrsquo;s time for her dinner, too! Illustrated in Huneckandrsquo;s classic woodcut prints from the picture book Sally Goes to the Mountains, this simplified text is perfect for animal-loving toddlers and autumnal positioning.
About the Author
Stephen Huneck was the bestselling, award-winning author of seven previous Sally adventures and an internationally acclaimed painter, sculptor, and printmaker. His artwork is in the collections of the American Folk Art Museum and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. He lived with his wife, Gwen, and their four dogs in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, near Dog Mountain, where his Dog Chapel is located. His own dog, Sally, was Huneckand#8217;s inspiration for these books. Huneck died in 2010.