Click, Clack, Moo I Love You!

Click, Clack, Moo I Love You!

It’s Valentine’s Day and on the farm - that means a Valentine’s party! Little Duck is wildly excited. She hangs balloons, streamers, sparkling lights, and hearts everywhere, and hand-makes a valentine for everyone. On top of a hill, a little fox hears the music from the party and follows Little Duck’s many decorations to the barn…but foxes are not at all welcome on farms....

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Title:Click, Clack, Moo I Love You!
Author:Doreen Cronin
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Edition Language:English

Click, Clack, Moo I Love You! Reviews

  • Tonja Drecker

    Glitter and barn yard celebration abound in this lovely Valentine's story, which shows that love and friendship stretch beyond even carefully built and mended boundaries.

    Valentine's Day is a special day at the farm, but no one is as excited as Little Duck. Streamers and balloons dangle from every barnyard corner for the big celebration, and all farm animals are more than happy to join in the fun. Just as everyone is dancing away, an unexpected guest arrives and not necessarily the most desired o

    Glitter and barn yard celebration abound in this lovely Valentine's story, which shows that love and friendship stretch beyond even carefully built and mended boundaries.

    Valentine's Day is a special day at the farm, but no one is as excited as Little Duck. Streamers and balloons dangle from every barnyard corner for the big celebration, and all farm animals are more than happy to join in the fun. Just as everyone is dancing away, an unexpected guest arrives and not necessarily the most desired one.

    Starting with a good 'ole barnyard feel of fence fixing and hay, this book quickly turns to giggles and smiles thanks to one cute Little Duck and her extreme Valentine's Day excitement. The joy gleams from the pages—and not only because of the delightful oodles of glitter sweeping across every illustration. Little Duck's excitement is contagious. The mix of barnyard animals and their fun rounds off the festivities before the wonderful message sets in, and what a timely message it is. In a way that raises a little tension and holds a spark of fun, the book takes on the question of diversity and reminds not to judge people by their appearance.

    The illustrations are adorable, and the ample splashes of glitter make every page a treat. It's colorful and detailed enough to make young listeners want to gaze at the pictures even on their own. The text flows nicely, fits well to ages four and up, and delivers the tale with finesse. But it's definitely the illustrations which make this book shine. Literally.

    It's a cute book, especially for farm animal friends, and a nice read for the approaching holiday or even long after that.

    I received a complimentary copy and enjoyed it so much (as did my kids) that I wanted to leave my honest thoughts.

  • Kim

    Adorable.

  • Genie Bishop

    The story and the animals are just as cute as they have been in the other Click Clack Moo stories. Although duck didn't pull any tricks that I could see on on Farmer Brown.

  • Vicki

    Finally a decent Valentine's day book for preschoolers/kindergarteners with a bit of diversity and acceptance thrown in!

    Duck gets ready for a party while the farmer tidies up the farm. Sparkly, bright illustrations with a textural element makes for one great book.

  • Jillian

    SO. MUCH. GLITTER.

    Oh, boy, the glitter.

    Glitter aside, it's a great story. I liked the welcoming of Little Fox, and how it kicked off the party's "openness" to interspecies fun.

    And the Brick Joke about the cows had me rolling.

  • Amy Lafleur

    Cute story about the animals on farm getting ready for a Valentine's Day party. Little Duck is putting up the decorations and putting the party on. Then when the party comes, an unexpected guest arrives, one who makes the other animals feel nervous. I loved the copious glitter found on nearly every page of the book and the message of giving others a chance.

  • Pam

    It's Valentines Day on the farm. Little Duck works hard to make the party special. When an unexpected guest arrives (a fox), she makes him feel welcome too.

    Use to talk about seeing beyond fears and differences.

  • Ruth Ann

    This seems too long for storytime. :(

    Farmer Brown helps the animals get the farm ready for the big Valentine's dance(!). Little Duck does all the decorating and is a gracious hostess, even when an uninvited guest arrives - one who is a danger to all on the farm - yikes!

  • Jennifer

    Adorable, as usual.

  • Kelly Carey

    Glitter filled pages about making room to be friends with everyone. Although the cows did go to a bovine only ball? And poor Farmer Brown, who does all the daily work around the farm, didn't seem to get a valentine?

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