Click, Clack, Moo



Farmer Brown Has A Problem.His Cows Like To Type.All Day Long He HearsClick, Clack, MOO.Click, Clack, MOO.Clickety, Clack, MOO.But Farmer Brown S Problems REALLY Begin When His Cows Start Leaving Him Notes.Doreen Cronin S Understated Text And Betsy Lewin S Expressive Illustrations Make The Most Of This Hilarious Situation Come Join The Fun As A Bunch Of Literate Cows Turn Farmer Brown S Farm Upside Down.Click, Clack, Moo

Doreen Cronin was a practicing attorney in Manhattan when her first book Click, Clack Moo Cows That Type became a publishing success But her book was not published overnight, in fact, she had written this barnyard tale even before attending law school but only received rejection letters from publishers Five years after submitting the original manuscript she got a call from a publisher who want Doreen Cronin was a practicing attorney in Manhattan when her first book Click, Clack Moo Cows That Type became a publishing success But her book was not published overnight, in fact, she had written this barnyard tale even before attending law school but only received rejection letters from publishers Five years after submitting the original manuscript she got a call from a publisher who wanted to turn her story into a book and the rest is history The busy life of a writer left no room for courtroom litigation and arbitration so Doreen made the leap to being a full time children s book author She then teamed up once again with illustrator Betsy Lewin to write another hilarious barnyard tale, Giggle, Giggle, Quack, that continues the escapades of these lovable animals on a farm.In Doreen s latest book, Diary of a Worm, she explores the daily life of a lovable worm Who knew that the underground dwellings and activities of worms could be so funny Readers may even find that worm s life is much the same as theirs except worm eats his homework and his head looks a whole lot like his rear Doreen was born in Queens and grew up in Long Island She graduated from Pennsylvannia State University and St John s University School of Law She currently resides in New York with her husband and dog Ruffie

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Click, Clack, Moo
  • Doreen Cronin
  • English
  • 13 September 2017
  • 0689832133

10 thoughts on “Click, Clack, Moo

  1. says:

    HeyFrench fellows You don t understand this review Check this You re welcome All in all, an hilarious and original book It gave bad ideas to my pupils though Oh, well Better now than never We must preserve our reputation after all PS I always knew ducks weren t worthy of trust Just saying.

  2. says:

    Perhaps the most comprehensive book ever written on understanding labor dispute.

  3. says:

    All of my kids have loved this one Especially the ending where Duck takes off with the typewriter

  4. says:

    HA HA Workers of the world unite I m not sure how I accidentally checked out this book on how to explain union movements to your toddler, but this was a h i l a r i o u s, bizarre, and unexpected read.

  5. says:

    Somebody make me stop laughing Cows that type were hard to find, actually impossible Until this book came into existence I thanked the writers that this time they made the ducks play a neutral role but did they really Ducks c...

  6. says:

    You gotta watch out for those smart cows Once they realize their power over farmers, there is no end to what they might ask for Room service Extra towels Facials And you know what THAT means the price of ice cream will skyrocket Never let a cow near a typewriter, that s all I m saying.

  7. says:

    This book is absolutely hilarious I may have an infantile sense of humour but this book made me laugh like a deranged milkman It reminded me of the sort of thing Spike Milligan used to write.The illustrations are also rather wonderful...

  8. says:

    Amusing though smacked a little too much of labor strikes and typical corporate bad guys vs dissatisfied workers for my taste I know, I know, it is a kids book, though, and it IS hilarious to think of those cows click clack mooing away in the barn

  9. says:

    I want to give this book five stars It s so fun to read and the artwork is wonderful But the little 17 month old in whose library it now belongs, is a little slow to warm up to new books So I m withholding a star until he responds to it the way he does to Little Blue Truck and Go, Dogs, Go

  10. says:

    I wonder how cows managed to type with their reduced number of digits and no opposable thumbs At least the hens or the messenger duck could have used the hunt and peck method, but apparently this did not occur until later in the book This book...

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