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Animals

One, two, three it’s a farmer’s life for me! Spend a day out in the fields and find out what farmers do! You’ll also find endnotes with fascinating facts about animals and crops. Go to www.barefootbooks.com/farmerslife to access your audio singalong of music by The Flannery Brothers and video animation online. This book is also available in a Spanish edition entitled ¡Vivamos la Granja!

A great singalong, complete with a CD or access audio singalong and video animation online at barefootbooks.com/drivetractor. Learn about farming through the seasons. Sung by SteveSongs.

Learn how Felix the frog survives through winter. Written in Cherokee syllabary with English translation in the back of the book. 

Beautiful photographs of animals accompanied by illustrations of their tracks and their name in English and Cherokee syllabary. 

Learn about about the rhythm of the natural world on a small farm as all creatures prepare for sleep.

A fun and informative story learning about the animals that live in an American backyard.

Learn about all the animals that love eating greens.

A garden attracts many types of critters. Read along as Christina and her brother, Jeremy pick vegetables from the garden, and discover what other creatures have been there.

Based on a true story, Molly the cat will touch children’s hearts while introducing them to plants and the key elements of growing food organically. Standards-based science concepts and activities at the end of the book expand the message of the story.

In this folk tale you will learn why the possum has no hair on his tail. Includes English to Cherokee syllabary vocabulary words.