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Down on the Funny Farm (Step into Reading, Step 3)

Down on the Funny Farm Step into Reading Step Illus in full color A young farmer thinks he has gotten a real deal when an old man sells him a farm for one dollar Upon inspection however there are a few liabilities a cat that thinks it s a horse

  • Title: Down on the Funny Farm (Step into Reading, Step 3)
  • Author: P.E. King Alastair Graham
  • ISBN: 9780394874609
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • Illus in full color A young farmer thinks he has gotten a real deal when an old man sells him a farm for one dollar Upon inspection, however, there are a few liabilities a cat that thinks it s a horse, a rooster that thinks it s a dog, and other animals with identity problems The initial joke will really tickle new readers Long, but easy kids will feel a sense of aIllus in full color A young farmer thinks he has gotten a real deal when an old man sells him a farm for one dollar Upon inspection, however, there are a few liabilities a cat that thinks it s a horse, a rooster that thinks it s a dog, and other animals with identity problems The initial joke will really tickle new readers Long, but easy kids will feel a sense of accomplishment when they finish this Booklist.

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    1 thought on “Down on the Funny Farm (Step into Reading, Step 3)

    1. This is a very silly book that I liked to read as a child. It has animals doing goofy things that are bound to make and child laugh. It also teaches them about what animals on a farm do. The illustrations are one of my favorite parts about this book.

    2. A young man buys a farm for just a dollar from an old man. He's very excited until he starts to meet some of the animals. The horse is crowing on the barn roof, the chicken is wallowing in the mud, and the cat is hitched up to pull the wagon. He's got his work in store for him!This bears a lot of similarities to The Cow That Went OINK and The Day the Dog Said, "Cock-a-Doodle-Doo!". All three books involve farm animals that are mixed up in their noises and roles. Obviously, if you're looking for [...]

    3. This was a fun story that made my adult special needs son and I giggle throughout the entire thing. It's also a 'full circle' story ended where it started from. Nothing is as it seems in this farm; and the new farmer figures things out until the old farmer shows up and oh no!

    4. This transitional chapter book was about a young farmer who buys an old mans farm from him for a dollar. All the animals on the farm are not acting like themselves. They are acting like different animals and they are not doing what they are supposed to be doing. The farmer marries a woman and her dad ends up being the old farmer who ends up living with them. I thought this book was clever and funny. I think this is a good transitional chapter book for kids to read because the comedy in the story [...]

    5. I read a lot of books to children, and this book got a reaction I've never seen before--the preschooler I read this to jumped up and down and cackled with delight as we neared the end and the story got wackier and wackier. This book could also work well for reading to groups of children in an age range of 4-6.

    6. This is a strange and funny story about animals on a farm behaving and sounding like other animals. The story is fun to read aloud and the illustrations are very humorous. Our youngest brought this home from her first grade class to practice her reading and we enjoyed reading it together.

    7. This is another great transitional book I would suggest for either first or second grade. It is an interesting insight for Kentucky and Indiana students because it speaks of the farm which is good for many of those students because they are able to relate

    8. I loved this book as a child so much that my mom asked the teacher if she could order a copy of it. That was 13 years ago. I still have it in new condition and I read it to my son. Its a great book but somewhat hard to find a new copy these days.

    9. ReviewThis is a very funny story. The pictures are very humorous. The book is a little long but, easy to read.Learning ActivityEncorauge children to imitate the farm animals' sounds. Ask the children if animals can really take other animal place.

    10. A book I read often as a child, Down on the Funny Farm is about a young farmer who buys a barn full of animals who are confused about what sound they are supposed to make. Young children will find this book humorous while working on their animal sounds.

    11. this book is about a farm and all kinds of funny things that happen. I would use this book to help students work on their own reading skills.

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