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Everybody sing along—because it's time to do si do in the barnyard with a high spirited animal crew From Boynton on Board the bestselling series of board books here is BARNYARD DANCE with Sandra Boynton's twirling pigs fiddle playing cows and other unforgettable animals Extra big extra fat and extra fun BARNYARD DANCE features lively rhyming text and a die cut cover that reveals the wacky characters inside Guaranteed to get kids and adults stomping their feet The Barnyard Dance song performed by John Stey is available for download For ages 0 4 Oversized lap edition also available—perfect for reading aloud


10 thoughts on “Barnyard Dance

  1. says:

    Having read this book againI'm stunned again by its poignancy The cowswhy do they dance? It keeps me up at night which is probably not the point of the bookHowever as in most books I am faced with a glaring lack of citations I have no way of knowing if there is actually a dance in the barnyard The author uses NO footnotes endnotes or even a bibliography Her proof is some crude drawings that can not have been taken from life We're supposed to just accept her assertions that there is some sort of ancient bowing ritual going on in the barnyard And as a historian I just cannot without a valid primary source documentationAlthough I enjoyed the book the omission of any careful research lost it that final star


  2. says:

    If you are not reading this with a southern accent and a country western cadence you need to hang up your kiddy lit Great little book for kids I had so much fun reading it to my kids when they were little Heard someone on a plane recently reading it to her young son and I wanted to grab it and give it the umph it deserves But I resisted all part of growing up I guess


  3. says:

    I love anything Sandra Boynton has donenice 'break' from some of the 'heavy' books I am reading


  4. says:

    Lyrical rhythmic text with adorable pictures the story swings along and is fun to read The expressions on the animal's faces are wonderfully expressive as is their body language It's also a nice introduction to suare dancing My class of one and two year olds love this book


  5. says:

    STOMP YOUR FEET CLAP YOUR HANDS EVERYBODY READY FOR A BARNYARD DANCE And dance is just what every parent and child will want to do after exploring this bookThis book is complete in its ability to delight both parents and adults The fun comical illustrations are brightly colored and easy to recognize and are simply delightful The book's language is heavy with engaging rhythm and catchy rhyme There is just enough text on each page to keep very young children from getting bored while still having enough to move the story alongThe book also invites children to go a step further and stomp their own hands and clap their own feet so those that might have difficulty sitting to enjoy a story will still find a way to stay engaged Further the repetitive sound effects are fun to replay while reading the story This book manages to stay simple and brief while still having enough content and fun for both kids and adults Leslie StirlingSandra Boynton has a knack for creating baby books with bounce Her Barnyard Dance Is a true romp of a board book with cartoon farm animals that are wacky enough to make you laugh out loud and rhymes clever enough to sustain those nearly infinite re readings Stand with the donkey Slide with the sheep Scramble with the little chicks cheep cheep cheep Now here's a woman who really knows how to use an active verb Parents June 1994I agree with this review completely This book manages to appeal to even the shortest attention span with its active verbage and clever rhymesThe popular illustrator and greeting card artist brings oddball humor and plenty of sassy energy to Boynton on Board a uartet of concept board books Each volume features a die cut front cover framing a picture of its ebullient cartoon stars A zany sensibility gives an extra bounce to the otherwise conventional counting book One Two Three A similar silliness suffuses Dinosaurs which explores opposites In Barnyard farm animals dance a boisterous breathless knee slapping reel called with great panache by a fiddle playing cow ``Bow to the horse Bow to the cow Twirl with the pig if you know how'' The rowdy crew in Monsters bursts in upon a mild mannered hippo and makes ``the mess that monsters make'' but returns to make amends Fresh and buoyant these books are good clean fun Ages 1 4 Publishers WeeklyAgain I agree with this review completely Fresh buoyant and good clean fun are exactly how I would describe this board book


  6. says:

    We have read this book to all of our kids over the last 20 years Our current baby 25 yr old Nicolette loves it too


  7. says:

    Read this a bunch last year but apparently never logged it This is really cute Really fun rhymes and rhythm My son likes bouncing to the beat


  8. says:

    372011This book was your very first favorite book Your dad and I decided that you probably liked it because of the rhythm and you could follow and bounce along to it For several months this was reuired daily reading As you got older you started pointing at the animals By the time this one fell out of the daily reuired reading regimen the top part of the cover was torn and folded However you'd be hardpressed to find a book that was better loved for teething


  9. says:

    My son looooved this when he was 2 Great memories


  10. says:

    An adorable board book that is entertaining if read in a rhythmic tone The barnyard animals are having a dance using a majority of the normal movements of the animals This adorable book is not only a good way to teach your child about animals but about the sounds that they make as well The illustrations are simple and fun to look at because the animals on each page are busy doing their dances