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Dooby Dooby Moo

Dooby Dooby Moo

Scritto da Doreen Cronin

Narrato da Randy Travis


Dooby Dooby Moo

Scritto da Doreen Cronin

Narrato da Randy Travis

valutazioni:
4.5/5 (44 valutazioni)
Lunghezza:
9 minuti
Pubblicato:
Jan 1, 2007
ISBN:
9780545521277
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descrizione

When Duck finds out about a talent show at the county fair, he and the animals on the farm start rehearsing. While Farmer Brown tries to figure out what the animals are up to, Duck is determined they will enter the contest and win!
Pubblicato:
Jan 1, 2007
ISBN:
9780545521277
Formato:
Audiolibro


Informazioni sull'autore

Doreen Cronin is the author of many bestselling and New York Times bestselling picture books, including Click, Clack, Quack to School!; Click, Clack, Surprise!; Click, Clack, Ho, Ho, Ho; Click, Clack, Peep; Click, Clack, Boo!; Dooby Dooby Moo; Thump, Quack, Moo: A Whacky Adventure; Bounce; Wiggle; Duck for President; Giggle, Giggle, Quack; Bloom; and the Caldecott Honor Book Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type as well as The Chicken Squad series and Cyclone. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. Visit her at DoreenCronin.com.

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  • (3/5)
    Farmer Brown knows something is up when an article from his newspaper has been clipped out (by Duck, of course), and he keeps a close eye on his animals. Duck, in the meantime, who wants to win the first-prize trampoline at the State Fair's Talent Show, keeps a close eye on Farmer Brown, and on all the other animals, who are practicing their acts. Will the animals win the trampoline? Will Farmer Brown discover what they're up to...? Read and find out!Much like its predecessors, from Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type to Duck for President, I found Dooby, Dooby Moo quite entertaining, chuckling at more than one point at the antics of the animal cast here, and at Farmer Brown's hapless attempts to keep up. The story is engaging, and the artwork appealing, emphasizing the humor throughout. Duck is, of course, my favorite character, and he really shines here! Recommended to fans of the Farmer Brown's Barnyard Animals series, as well as to anyone looking for children's stories featuring the state fair.
  • (5/5)
    This book is about farm animals who read the paper and find an ad for a talent show at the fair. They practice, enter, and win the contest with the prize being a trampoline. This is good fantasy because animals can't enter talent shows for humans, they can't read, and they don't win trampolines.
  • (4/5)
    very entertaining....I laughed.
  • (4/5)
    Used to introduce Fair week at camp, this could be used to talk about character perspective.
  • (4/5)
    Once again, not as good as [Click Clack Moo], but it certainly is an amusing addition to the series.
  • (5/5)
    Farmer Brown's barnyard animals are up to something! But he can't quite figure it out, not even in disguise! The animals are preparing for the upcoming talent show, because they want to win the trampoline! They all prepare a song to sing, and duck ends up winning the trampoline! This book is great for early elementary students, its predictable, humorous, has fun word play, and exposes children to the farm.
  • (4/5)
    A good read aloud for grades K - 3. Farmer Brown's animals decide to participate in a talent show. The cows sing, the pigs dance, and the ducks do a version of Born to be Wild. I like Doreen Cronin's other books Click, Clack Moo, and Giggle, Giggle Quack. I think she would be a good person for an author study for children.
  • (4/5)
    Another fun book by Doreen Cronin. Now the animals cooperate with each other again, to win a great prize at the county fair talent show. They simply have to find a way to get around Farmer Brown! This book works best as a read aloud, especially by someone who knows the tunes to all the songs!
  • (4/5)
    Another fun installment in the ongoing tales of The Cows, Duck and Farmer Brown. Although lacking in quite as much subtext and double entendre for adults, in comparison to the first three books, Cronin and Lewin once again tickle the funny bone with a story that's great fun and illustrations that are both eye catching and eye pleasing. I dare you to read this little book and not come away singing the title....
  • (4/5)
    PrimaryGenre: Fantasy- All of the farm animals participated in a talent show. They sang different songs or danced. This isn't normal to their realistic behaviors. This is why I say it's fantasy.Setting: Integral. This had to take place at a farm and at a county fair. No other place would there be animals and a talent show going on. This book had to take place on a farm or else you wouldn't have any of the characters because they are farm animals.
  • (5/5)
    Genre: Modern FantasyCritique of Genre: This is an excellent example of modern fantasy because it describes a group of farm animals that enter a talent show, something that could not happen in real life. The author, however, writes in a way that makes the story believable.Age: Primary, IntermediateCritique of Setting: (See star rating above)
  • (3/5)
    Dooby Dooby Moo is a good example of fantasy because it is about farm animals that are lead by a duck signing up and participating in a talent show and the duck wins the first prize trampoline which they all jump on in the barn. This would not happen in real life but seems believable in the book.
  • (5/5)
    Level 3 reading. Farmer Brown watched his animals closely. The farmer knew the animals were up to something but could not figure out what. At night the animals rehearsed while the duck and mice scored them. Finally it was time for the county fair. As soon as Farmer Brown was out of sight the animals ran to sign in at the talent show desk. The animals all performed except for the pigs who feel asleep. When the farmer got back to his truck the animals were all there like he left them. The duck had won the trapoline and that night all he heard was boing, boing, and boing. The children can host their own classroom talent show.
  • (4/5)
    This is a great book about animals on a farm. Each animal has a different talent and they want to enter a talent show. They have to keep it a secret from Farmer Brown so that they can practice. I thought that it was a very cute story and could be a useful tool when teacher children sequence and the plots of a story.
  • (4/5)
    This is a wonderful book about some animals on a farm that want to enter a talent show to win a trampoline. However, they first have to practice without Farmer Brown finding out. Farmer Brown is very suspicious and thinks the animals are up to something so he watches them very closely. Farmer Brown decides to load up the animals to go to the country fair because he does not trust them. However, the animals tricked him and once Farmer Brown went off to the fair, the animals went and signed up at the talent show. The duck ends up saving the talent show for the animals and they win the first prize which is the trampoline, plus Farmer Brown never finds out. This is a very cute story for students to read and its a good book to use to help students understand the plot of a story.
  • (3/5)
    This book is a good example of fantasy because it is about farm animals that are lead by a duck signing up and participating in a talent show and the duck wins the first prize trampoline which they all jump on in the barn. This would not happen in real life but seems believable in the book.
  • (5/5)
    very cute, gets giggles from the children. words have to be sung (not read) to common children's songs.
  • (4/5)
    The duck’s voice and the animals sounds in the background were cute. But the reader’s voice could have had a little more life to it.
  • (4/5)
    This is somewhat of a short review but the book was great.
  • (4/5)
    This is a modern fantasy book about a farmer named farmer brown. He checks on his animals every night and always hears them sleeping in the barn. The duck keeps a close eye on Farmer Brown. One day, the duck decided he was going to enter a talent show at the county fair where he had the chance to win three different prizes - he saw this ad in the newspaper. Farmer Brown knew the animals were up to something. The animals were all getting ready for their audition. All of the animals performed, but the judges were not impressed until the duck sang. The duck won the trampoline!
  • (3/5)
    Modern fantasy, the story is about some farm animal that take the farmers newspaper and found out about a talent show at the local county fair. The duck is the one who was in charge of what all the animals would do at the show. The cows sang twinkle, twinkle little star. The sheep sang, home on the range and duck sang, Born to Be Wild. They end up winning the show and bring back a trampoline as the first place prize.
  • (5/5)

    Of course the pigs did an interpretive dance" to which "the duck snored." And of course a box of chalk is second prize, leaving the veggie chop-o-matic to be third. Poor Farmer Brown - not a clue what his animals are up to.

    Reread Sept. 2015.  Even funnier this time.  Also, this time I'm imagining the male human judge, he who is wearing a red ballcap, to be author Michael Perry.

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  • (4/5)
    This is a very silly, playful, and fun book. It is a fiction work that plays around with animal sounds and song. I enjoyed the light-heartedness of this book, and I would enjoy reading it to children to cheer them up. I loved the bright illustrations, they really helped the story speak.
  • (5/5)
    Dooby Dooby Moo is a continuation of the animals from the story Click Clack Moo. These mischievous animals are at it again, but this time they are practicing for a talent show in town. This book is a great tool to use for children to understand practice, winning, and losing. In the story, just as in life, there is one winner, Duck, and the rest have lost. However, the rest are not sad for losing. This is a great opportunity to teach young children that you may not always win or succeed, but its the fact that you tried, and you need to pick yourself up and try again! This book also teaches practice. Throughout the entire story the animals are practicing their acts; all day and all night. Relating this to students is great because they can connect it to their lives, practicing reading, writing, games, sports, instruments, etc!