Boo and Baa on a Cleaning Spree

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It's spring, and Boo and Baa need to clean their house. Boo vacuums. Baa puts things away. Suddenly the vacuum cleaner sucks up a sock! Boo and Baa have to rescue it. By now the house is dirtier than ever. Luckily, a hot bath and a strong wind solve Boo and Baa's cleaning problem.

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Overview

It's spring, and Boo and Baa need to clean their house. Boo vacuums. Baa puts things away. Suddenly the vacuum cleaner sucks up a sock! Boo and Baa have to rescue it. By now the house is dirtier than ever. Luckily, a hot bath and a strong wind solve Boo and Baa's cleaning problem.

Publishers Weekly said of the first two titles in the series, Boo and Baa in a Party Mood and Boo and Baa in Windy Weather, "This shows all the promise of a winning series."

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Children's Literature - Trina Heidt
Boo and Baa decide that they need to clean house. They start with plenty of energy but the vacuum cleaner gives them a bit of trouble. It all works out in the end. Very simple text and child-like illustrations are perfect for beginning readers and pre-readers. Other Boo and Baa books include: Boo and Baa in a Party Mood, Boo and Baa in Windy Weather, and Boo and Baa at Sea. 1997 (orig.
School Library Journal
PreSTwo further misadventures of the hapless sheep introduced in Boo and Baa in a Party Mood and Boo and Baa in Windy Weather (both R & S, 1996). In the first book, the pair are able to solve one problem (how to row a boat) but not another (getting the boat off a rock). In Cleaning Spree, the sheep create havoc cleaning their room. In both titles, situations are presented and then resolved by coincidences beyond the lambs' understanding. Unfortunately, toddlers likely to pick up these books will be just as clueless and the happy endings will have to be explained to them. Readers old enough to comprehend the weak humor device will find the format too similar to board books for their tastes. Comparisons with Nancy Shaw's superior sheep books are inevitable. Nevertheless, children will find Boo and Baa mildly appealing, with their goggle-eyes, their broad comic gesturing, and their tendency to fall-down-go-boom.Darla Remple, Worcester Public Library, MA
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789129639193
  • Publisher: R & S Books
  • Publication date: 4/30/1997
  • Edition description: BOARD
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 28
  • Age range: 1 - 4 Years
  • Product dimensions: 6.93 (w) x 7.01 (h) x 0.34 (d)

Meet the Author

Olof and Lena Landstrom are the creators of the highly acclaimed Will books, inlcuding Will's New Cap, a Parents' Choice Award winner.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2001

    These books are wonderful

    I had to write this, because I strongly disagree with the negative review by Darla Remple. My son is almost two and he loves Boo and Baa. He asks me to read the books again and again. I think the drawings are great - really funny. These books are fun to read - again and again. We have two and will buy more in the series.

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