Series: Blastoff! Readers: Farm Animals

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Cats by Hollie Endres
Chickens by Emily K. Green
Cows by Emily K. Green
Dogs by Hollie Endres
Ducks by Hollie Endres
Geese by Hollie J. Endres
Goats by Emily K. Green
Horses by Emily K. Green
Pigs by Emily K. Green
Rabbits by Hollie Endres
Sheep by Emily K. Green
Turkeys by Hollie Endres

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Series description

From Bellwether Media (Publisher):

Take a trip to the farm! Hear turkeys gobble, watch ducks waddle, and see pigs roll around in the mud. This series helps young readers discover common farm animals, learning about their physical traits, behaviors, and lives on the farm.

Level 1
Number of books in the series: 12

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