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And the Cow Said Moo! by Mildred Phillips
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And the Cow Said Moo!

by Mildred Phillips

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One of my favorite books to use during a storytime on individuality. Great mesasge, and the kids love doing all the animal sounds too. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439366445, Paperback)

One sunny morning a very young cow set out across the barnyard and demands, in a bossy way, that all the other farm animals say Moo.

But...

Does a pig say Moo?
Can a sheep say Moo?
Will a dog say Moo?
Maybe a horse says Moo?
And what about a duck?

It takes a wise old owl to show the bossy little cow why and how and Whoooo is Whoooo!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:07:22 -0400)

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A cow questions why the other animals make their own sounds, instead of saying, MOO!" as she does.

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