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Very educational, illustrated picture story book written in rhyming verse describing a day trip to the Farm by a young lad and his mother.

Each page reveals some interesting facts about the particular animal and the manner in which the story is written makes them easier for the child to remember.

The book also includes some additional facts about the animals mentioned in the poem, which can discussed afterwards with a parent or teacher, and the book is completed by some amusing animal jokes.

Jodi Goes To The Farm makes perfect reading for children aged between 5 and 8 years because the images and rhyming verse appeal to the younger ones and the content and information is beneficial to older learners.

Published: Jean Shaw on
ISBN: 9781301401970
List price: $2.99
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