Baby's Shoe

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A wonderfully rhythmic text with vibrant, bright illustrations that will captivate small children over and over again

Cock-a-doodle-doo! Baby’s lost his shoe. Join Baby’s big brother as he searches the farmyard for the lost shoe. As he looks high and low, the search party grows, with the cock and the duck and the cow and the horse and the dog and the sheep and the pig, all joining in.

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Overview

A wonderfully rhythmic text with vibrant, bright illustrations that will captivate small children over and over again

Cock-a-doodle-doo! Baby’s lost his shoe. Join Baby’s big brother as he searches the farmyard for the lost shoe. As he looks high and low, the search party grows, with the cock and the duck and the cow and the horse and the dog and the sheep and the pig, all joining in.

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Editorial Reviews

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With its rhythmic text and chipper illustrations, this irresistible barnyard tale will engage little ones, again and again.

Kirkus Reviews
A cumulative rhyming tale that will have listeners chiming in. Baby has lost his shoe, and it's up to his big brother to find it. He begins a careful search of the farmyard, trying every possible spot: "Is it in the cow field? Whoops! No! Moo!" He continues his search, looking in the duck pond, the sheep pen, the stable and even the pig's trough. Instead of the missing shoe, he manages to find mishaps around every corner, landing in the pond, falling into a mud puddle and sprawling in the hay. The search party grows as the animals from each location join in the hunt. Finally, giving up, the brother finds that the shoe has been hidden inside the baby's carriage all along. Animal sounds and simple rhymes insist on an interactive tale. Repetitive verses and Childs's bright, cheerfully colorful illustrations keep the silly story moving. Great fun for story time. (Picture book. 2-4)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780099451075
  • Publisher: Red Fox
  • Publication date: 5/3/2005
  • Pages: 32
  • Age range: 3 - 5 Years
  • Product dimensions: 10.00 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 0.12 (d)

Meet the Author


Ros Asquith has worked as a photographer, stage designer and was editor of City Limits magazine and a critic for Time Out and the Observer. Her Teenage Worrier series, starring 15-year-old Letty Chubb, has been an international success. Ros draws regularly for The Guardian and TES . Sam Childs studied Illustration at Hornsey College of Art and has worked as an art teacher and toy maker. Her illustrations for the Little Zeb picture books, Gorgeous!, Naughty! and Happy! by Caroline Castle, have won her a wide fan base.
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