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Who Goes Moo? Story Book

£5.24

(2 customer reviews)

Farmer Tom needs some milk for his tea but can Midge the dog find out which animal it comes from? Is it the chickens? Or the pigs? Tractor Ted gives Midge a clue to help – he says they go “Moo!” Do you know who goes “Moo”? Find out in this gorgeous story about animals on the farm.

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Farmer Tom needs some milk for his tea but can Midge the dog find out which animal it comes from? Is it the chickens? Or the pigs? Tractor Ted gives Midge a clue to help – he says they go “Moo!” Do you know who goes “Moo”? Find out in this about animals on the farm. This gorgeously written and produced story book, complete with real life farm photos, makes the ideal gift for any young child. All the books are told in a fun, engaging and charming manner which will keep children enthralled until right to the end! Tractor Ted books offer a unique Ted-ucation – a blend of real life farm fun and factual content for children aged 6 months to 5 years. The Tractor Ted story book series use story sequencing, repetition of vocabulary and concepts to support early language development. Tractor Ted books provide extension opportunities for new words and phrases and some use rhyme to help children develop awareness of speech sounds and patterns. Book sharing and good vocabulary development ensure children have the language skills they need before starting school.

Additional information

Weight190 g
Dimensions280 × 3 × 225 mm

2 reviews for Who Goes Moo? Story Book

  1. RachelDugan

    We are farmers in Kansas – right in the middle of the US. Our two-year-old loves watching tractor ted on YouTube. He requests your videos during quiet time almost every day. We have watched the story time videos many times. So, when the books arrived he exclaimed, “Tractor Ted sent those to you!” He “reads” them to himself just like in the videos – with a British accent. 😉

  2. ColetteKeating

    Lovely illustrated story, for a tractor obsessed boy.My little boy is 20 months and not so gentle so the books are taking a beating. Only negative is that no board book option available.

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