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Author: Susan Pearson
ISBN13: 978-0761451600
Title: Squeal and Squawk: Barnyard Talk
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Two Lions; Hardcover Edition edition (March 1, 2004)
Pages: 32

Squeal and Squawk: Barnyard Talk by Susan Pearson

Squeal and Squawk book. Cows give us milk, for ice cream and cheese  . This book is a collection of poems about farm animals and farm life all written by the same author, Susan Pearson. The illustrations were okay, but nothing to brag about. I felt they were lackluster in style, and even though the poems were lighthearted, I don’t think it’s a book I would jump at to teach or use in my classroom.

Susan lives in a farmhouse in New Salem, Massachusetts.

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Squeal and Squawk: Barnyard Talk, illustrated by David Slonim, Marshall Cavendish (New York, NY), 2004. Grimericks, illustrated by Gris Grimly, Marshall Cavendish (New York, NY), 2005. Who Swallowed Harold?, and Other Poems about Pets, illustrated by David Slonim, Marshall Cavendish (New York, NY), 2005. Beginning with the picture book Izzie, she has also produced the highly praised illustrated books Happy Birthday, Grampie and Silver Morning, the second capturing "the magic of a foggy morning" in Person's "evocative text," according to Ilene Cooper in Booklist.

SQUEAL AND SQUAWK: BARNYARD TALK New York : Marshall Cavendish, 2004. IL K-3, RL . ISBN 0761451609. This book presents a humorous look at life on the farm. David Slonim's cartoon-like ink and acrylic illustrations are perfectly designed for these eighteen poems which range from noisy animals at night to flying pigs and sheep. There's an appropriate poem to accompany almost any story dealing with farm animals or life on the farm. Prepared by: Suzanne Rhoten, SCASL Picture Book Awards). SUBJECTS: Domestic animals - Poetry

Pearson, Susan 1946-. Pearson, Susan 1946-. PERSONAL: Born December 21, 1946, in Boston, MA; daughter of Allen M. (a Swedish masseur) and Chloris (a secretary; maiden name, Horsman) Pearson. Education: St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN, . Squeal and Squawk: Barnyard Talk, illustrated by David Slonim, Marshall Cavendish (New York, NY), 2004. Pearson received critical praise for her book Happy Birthday, Grampie, published in 1987. Every Sunday after church, young Martha accompanies her family to the nursing home to visit her beloved grandfather.

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Cows give us milk, for ice cream and cheese. But my dog gives me kisses, and tail wags ... and fleas. Welcome to the barnyard! Eighteen rollicking poems explore the lives of farm animals. From a limerick about a rooster in love with a duck to an ode to the lazy life of a cow, these comically illustrated rhymes take a humorous look at our squealing and squawking animal friends.

Reviews: 7
Love the rhyming cadence. Each poem is very different. All about the animals on the farm. Some of them are quite funny.
It doesn't fit the original kindle. Pages only display in pieces. Words and pictures are cut off. Impossible for a child to read, and nearly impossible for me to read. Should not be sold for kindle.
The rhymes were entertaining, but difficult to read. The print on the Kindle was extremely small and could not be adjusted through font sizing. Able to read with larger print on the computer.
My kids love this book and love all the animal noises. However, prepare for a noisy house because the animal noises outlast the length of the story.
These poems were fun for me to read, but my 3-year old didn't 'get' them. I'm thinking you'd need a 5+ year old to appreciate these.
Love the rhymes in this book. It reminds me of my childhood on the farm. The rhymes are fun as well as informative. The illustrations are great. Read it to kids from 2 to 10 years old and they all had fun with it.
All rhymes, my 6 yr old daughter lost interest as I was reading it to her.
Loved it........