A Farmyard Song: An Old Rhyme Hardcover – 24 Sep 1992
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A cumulative rhyme in which various farm animals make appropriate noises after being fed: cat goes fiddle-i-fee and pig goes griffy, gruffy.
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I expected the song to be "Old MacDonald", but it is actually the one that goes something like "I bought a cat and the cat pleased me, I fed my cat by yonder tree, the cat goes fiddle-i-fee..." and so on, adding sounds for each new animal.
My only problem was there isn't a sheet music page, so you're on your own with the music part.
Good teaching poem.
Cute illustrations. Lovely book for 0-5 year olds