Unlike those in the wild, farm turkeys are round, plump, and unable to fly. Their heavy bodies keep them in their pens where they are safe and sound. Young readers will gobble up this fact-filled book about turkeys on the farm.
A cow’s work is never done! After a morning spent grazing, the cow waits for the farmer to collect her milk. Will it be made into ice cream or cheese? Young readers will learn about the life of a cow in this book about the favorite farm animal.
Cock-a-doodle-doo! The rooster’s call brings the farm to life. Hens and chicks cluck as they wait for the farmer to bring breakfast. Young readers are introduced to a chicken’s life in the barnyard in this book for young readers.
After a frenzied feeding from the farmer, the duck flock heads to the pond. In the water, ducks stay nice and dry thanks to their waterproof feathers! Dive into the world of ducks on the farm with this book for beginning readers.
Goats have quite the appetite! They eat everything from hay and weeds to even the toughest twigs. Young readers will eat up this fact-rich book about goats on the farm.
Horses on the farm are hard-working companions! Whether they are herding cattle home or plowing through fields, farmers rely on these strong mammals to keep the farm running smoothly. Beginning readers can saddle up and get ready to learn all about horses in this low-level title.
A pig’s snout does much more than wiggle and snort! This familiar feature is a tool used to root for insects and plants in the ground. Readers will learn about snouts and so much more in this book about pigs on the farm.