Click, Clack, Moo - Cows That Type (Clicka Clack Moo) Paperback – 2 Jun 2003
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Click, Clack, Moo is, of course, the sound of a typing cow. When Farmer Brown's cows start leaving him typed notes and demanding better conditions, a stand-off is inevitable--until neutral Duck steps in to mediate. Doreen Cronin's original storyline is perfectly complemented by the bold illustrative style of Betsy Lewin in this refreshingly unsentimental picture book. With its quirky humour and sophisticated vocabulary Click, Clack, Moo cleverly ensures that adults will enjoy reading the story aloud as often as young listeners will want to hear it. --Helen Baker --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
"A funny picture book for kids 4+."
--The Independent on Sunday, 17 June 09 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The illustrations are bright and colourful, and any young child cannot fail to be won over by them.
I would recommend this book. It is well illustrated, has a lovely story, is funny and very amusing. Each time i read it i snigger, especially at the end! The story can be taken at face value by the younger readers, but does introduce some very important adult themes about impartiality, mediation and compromise. This doesnt detract from this delightful little tale at all, in fact it makes it all the better for the adult reader, who will, no doubt be reading it to their child.
I am 5 3/4 and really love this book. It is brilliant because I never thought of the idea of cows typing and wanting electric blankets. It is silly but fantastic and funny. It really helped my Mum to describe her school work for industrial relations.
It is different to the kind of boring normal books . By the way I'm getting some more of this superb author's books.
and I enjoyed reading it - I found it quite difficult to get the words correct - so maybe there is something in the philosophy.
Not sure if he will read the book out loud, once he can read - thats not upto me!
by the way, I have no kids- I bought this book for myself.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this book to be part of the farm theme collection.
Very funny book giving the animals personalities. Lovely illustrations!
This is a fantastic book, full of gentle humour that appeals to every generation. It is now a firm family favouritePublished 3 months ago by Joanne Nicholson
I never trusted ducks in the first place. This book helps to reinforce that conviction.Published 9 months ago by Sohaib
I bought three copies for three wee ones - the pictures are lovely and the story is fun (especially from a Trade Unionist perspective!)Published 17 months ago by Hamish Drummond
A fantastic book. It can be used by teachers or parents alongside the activity book available, lesson plans are great. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Nisha
Great book, read to my Year 1 class and they loved it and appreciated the humour, good inspiration for writing or to share during story time.Published on 14 Jun. 2014 by Charlotte