Giggle, Giggle, Quack

Giggle, Giggle, Quack

Book - 2016
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The sequel to the New York Times and Caldecott Honor-winning Click, Clack, Moo is now available as a Level 2 Ready-to-Read!

Farmer Brown is going on vacation. He asks his brother, Bob, to take care of the animals. "But keep an eye on Duck. He's trouble."

Bob follows the instructions in Farmer Brown's notes exactly. He orders pizza with anchovies for the hens, bathes the pigs with bubble bath, and lets the cows choose a movie.

Is that he giggling he hears?

Giggle, giggle
quack, giggle, moo,
giggle, oink...

The duck, the cows, the hens, and the pigs are back in top form in this hilarious follow-up to the beloved Caldecott Honor Book Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type .
Publisher: New York : Simon Spotlight, 2016.
ISBN: 9781481465434
9781481465441
Branch Call Number: JE Croni
Characteristics: 1 unpaged volume : colour illustrations ; 23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Lewin, Betsy

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Chanani
Mar 14, 2017

It was so funny, particularly, the end of the story. More importantly, the end is not so clear, and the reader needs to understand why farmer Brown gets mad.

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klbichel
Feb 06, 2016

SOOOOO FUNNY! Love this book! Great for all ages. Love the whimsy and how the kids still get to learn about the farm animals.

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mmcbeth29
May 03, 2015

Farmer Brown is going on vacation. He leaves his friend Bob behind to keep an eye on the farm. Farmer Brown leaves plenty of notes and warns him to watch out for Duck who is a trouble maker. Duck finds the pencil Farmer Brown drops and replaces the notes with ones of his own including telling Bob that Tuesday is pizza night. Bob follows all of Ducks "instructions" until Farmer Bob calls to check in and Duck answers the phone. Realizing that Duck is upto his tricks again, Farmer Brown races home early.

The illustrations are fun and colorful with plenty of smiles and smirks from the animals.

In this sequel to Click Clack Moo, Duck is completely in charge, I suppose because he is the one who can write. There is no participation from the ther animals other than enjoying their treats which takes away from the story. And although this story was cute and funny, it did not have as much zing as the first one. Young children will enjoy the humor of a duck being in charge.

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miracle2007
Aug 20, 2012

i thought it was funny when the farmer got mad!

Sara_Cheng Oct 17, 2011

This is my 3-year old son's favorite book. He just can't read it enough

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Ubalstecha
Feb 02, 2010

A funny, clever book about what happens when Farmer Brown goes on vacation and Duck gets hold of a pencil. Part of the Click, Clack, Moo series, so this one is fun for the kids and parents.

neko Sep 04, 2009

Farmer Brown is away and the animals decide to play.

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Calgovin
Jul 18, 2008

Just as cute as the other stories by this author.

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Calgovin
Jul 18, 2008

Calgovin thinks this title is suitable for 3 years and over

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