This is an amusing story of a farm inspector that tries to set things right on a farm where all the animals make the wrong noise. It really upsets him when the cat says, "Moo," or the goat says, "Woof." He stays at the farm and works with each of the animals to teach them the right thing to say. When he finally thinks he has the problem fixed, the surprise ending will make readers laugh.
The story reminded me of other humorous farm books like The Cow That Went Oink and Cock-a-Doodle-Moo. It would go well with a unit on farm animals, communication, or humor. Primary grade students will enjoy reading it and laughing at the muddled-up sounds the animals make.
I read an e-book provided by the publisher through NetGalley, but the book went on sale in May 2013.
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