Cat Goes Fiddle-i-fee

Cat Goes Fiddle-i-fee

Book - 1985
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As a young boy spins a rhythmic yarn about the animals he feeds by yonder tree, a parade of baa-ing, quacking, and mooing farm animals gathers. When they all doze off, it’s the boy’s turn for something scrumptious! 
      With hidden details to discover in the illustrations and plenty of repetition in the text, young children will enjoy joining in on this read-aloud. Now part of the Folk Tale Classics series, with gold foil stamping on the cover, this one is sure to become a story time favorite!

This classic tale from the master storyteller, Paul Galdone, tells of the boy who feeds hen, sheep, horse, and cow, and the other farm animals, but where is the boy going to find his food? Paul Galdone’s retelling of this nursery rhyme is now part of the Folk Tale Classics series!

Baker & Taylor
An old English rhyme names all the animals a farm boy feeds on his daily rounds.

& Taylor

A young farm boy feeds the cat, hen, duck, goose, sheep, pig, cow, horse, and dog and his grandmother feeds him.
A young boy spins a rhythmic yarn about the animals he feeds by yonder tree, where bleating, quacking and mooing farm animals gather before the boy takes his own turn eating something yummy. By the creator of The Owl and the Pussycat. Simultaneous eBook. 20,000 first printing.

Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, c1985
ISBN: 9780547389462
Branch Call Number: JX 398.8 GAL
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,21 cm.


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