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eBook The Jolly Barnyard (Little Golden Book) ePub

by Tibor Gergely,Annie North Bedford

  • ISBN: 0375828427
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Tibor Gergely,Annie North Bedford
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Golden Books; First Printing edition (May 11, 2004)
  • Pages: 24
  • ePub book: 1891 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1520 kb
  • Other: doc txt lrf rtf
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 133

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Annie North Bradford, The Jolly Barnyard (Golden Press, 1950) I'm not entirely sure what to say about it.

Tibor Gergely, who was born in Hungary in 1900 and emigrated to the US in 1939, was one of the most prolific of the early Little Golden Books illustrators. He brought to life many classic and beloved LGB characters including Tootle, the Little Red Caboose, and Scuffy the Tugboat. Annie North Bradford, The Jolly Barnyard (Golden Press, 1950) I'm not entirely sure what to say about it.

Tibor Gergely, who was born in Hungary in 1900 and emigrated to the US in 1939, was one of the most prolific of the early Little Golden Books illustrators

Tibor Gergely, who was born in Hungary in 1900 and emigrated to the US in 1939, was one of the most prolific of the early Little Golden Books illustrators. He brought to life many classic and beloved LGB characters, including Tootle, the Little Red Caboose, and Scuffy the Tugboat. See all 12 brand new listings. The Jolly Barnyard by Annie North Bedford, Tibor Gergely (Hardback, 2004). Brand new: lowest price.

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The Jolly Barnyard Written by Annie North Bedford Illustrated by Tibor Gergely Golden Press, 1972 24 P. The Jolly Barnyard - Golden Books - Give it to someone you love! The Jolly Barnyard read this all the time!

The Jolly Barnyard Written by Annie North Bedford Illustrated by Tibor Gergely Golden Press, 1972 24 Pp. In good condition with signs of age and a name written on inside front cover. It's Farmer Brown's birthday, and the animals are deciding what they'll do for him on his special day. The Jolly Barnyard by Anne North Bedford. ڿڰۣ(̆̃̃❤Aussiegirl Little Golden Books. VINTAGE KIDS BOOK The Jolly Barnyard.

Bedford, Annie North, 1915-; Gergely, Tibor, 1900 .

Bedford, Annie North, 1915-; Gergely, Tibor, 1900-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

In this classic Little Golden Book from the illustrator of Tootle, The Little Red Caboose, and Scuffy the Tugboat, it’s Farmer Brown’s birthday, and the animals are deciding what they’ll do for him on his special day. Cluck! I will give him eggs, said the hen.

The Jolly Barnyard Annie North Bedford Little Golden Book Kids Story Hardcover. THE JOLLY BARNYARD 1st 1950 TIBOR GERGELY scroll LITTLE GOLDEN BOOK farm.

Annie North Bedford is a children’s author known for Walt Disney’s The Ugly Duckling, Walt Disney’s Mary Poppins, Little Golden .

t’s Farmer Brown’s birthday, and the animals are deciding what they’ll do for him on his special day. “Cluck! I will give him eggs,” said the hen. / Said the rooster, “I’ll wake him in the mornings, then.” / “Baa-aa, we’ll give him wool,” said the sheep. / “For our fleece is soft and warm and deep.”

Comments

Manona Manona
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The book is published by Chick-A-Fil - here's part of the review from the link above:

Such is the evil genius of wrapping "The Jolly Barnyard" in a Chick-fil-A label -- that is, in a label of a company that is the antithesis of the farm in the book.

This is not an overstatement. Chick-fil-A, like most fast-food companies, is the retail expression of the factory farming industry -- an industry whose hideous treatment of animals, vertical integration and rooting in monoculture is the opposite of the diversified family farm so beautifully glorified in "The Jolly Barnyard." Perhaps worse, as a primary buyer -- and, thus financial supporter -- of the factory-farmed products, Chick-fil-A is one of the major fast-food players responsible for the demise of "Jolly Barnyard"-esque family farms.

But rather than own up to its record with a children's book about its odious business model, Chick-Fil-A (not surprisingly) wants kids to think of it through a much more pleasant story.

They don't want kids to equate a Chick-fil-A sandwich with inhumane treatment of chickens in crowded factory farms -- they want kids to equate that sandwich with the page in the "Jolly Barnyard" where Farmer Brown feeds his chickens a treat while they roam free. They don't want kids to equate a Chick-fil-A meal with the unsustainable and often unsafe monoculture practices of corporate agribusiness -- they want kids to equate that meal with the agriculturally diverse operations of individuals like Farmer Brown.

In short, they don't want my son and his fellow two-year-olds to equate Chick-fil-A with what Chick-fil-A really is -- they want them to equate it with the very Jolly Barnyard it and its fellow fast-food behemoths have helped destroy. And so the company has re-published the 1950 classic under its name, and with its logo stamped right on the front cover. The message to tykes is clear: When you think Chick-fil-A, think "Jolly Barnyard."
Jek Jek
Cute story, sweet illustrations, but the edges of the book are sharp enough to cut. Went over them with an emery board and they're fine now. I'm just glad it was me that got cut, not my grandchild!
Kage Kage
Excellent book to be included for the baby shower for our great-grandson.
artman artman
Nice gift to a friend.
Jozrone Jozrone
I remember my grandfather reading this book to me countless times. What fun poetry for young and old kids alike.
Paster Paster
The first time I read this book to my child I had to withhold laughter because of a line in it that has since been emblazened into my brain forever. After the animals realize it is Farmer Brown's birthday they each recite a verse on how they will help the farmer. The horse will pull his cart, the cow will give him milk, etc.
But when they come to the turkey, this is his verse:
"Gobble Gobble Gobble! Come Thanksgiving day, I will help Farmer Brown in my own special way!"
Fordrelis Fordrelis
Annie North Bradford, The Jolly Barnyard (Golden Press, 1950)

Now, this one...I'm not entirely sure what to say about it. In the 1950s, it probably went by without anyone batting an eyelash, but in 2013, I'm kind of amazed that some of the more nutbaggish animal-rights groups haven't been all over this book. The storyline is relatively simple: on the farmer's birthday, he goes out and gives all the animals a treat, and then they have a quick confab about how each of them can give back. Most of it is about what you'd expect (the horses will pull the wagon with extra vigor, the cow will work on high-quality milk, etc), but then you get to Mr. Turkey, who, he alleges, will never be so proud as when he offers up his neck to the axe. Though, granted, it is not put quite so crudely (he mentions “decorat[ing] his Thanksgiving table”), but still, you can see where They Who Shall Not Be Named would have a huge problem with the idea that an animal would go willingly to the slaughter. It raised my eyebrows, and the only thing I like better than turkey on Thanksgiving is stuffing scooped straight outta the bird (and fie on those who tell me I'm courting food poisoning). If you are affiliated with, or sympathetic to, said nutbaggish animal-rights groups, check this one out of the library before deciding whether you want to add it to the permanent collection; everyone else, harvest a pound or so of cranberries before cracking this one open. You may need them. ** ½
We love this little book in which a faithful farmer celebrates his birthday by feeding his farm animals their favorite foods- and the animals appreciate his kindness. Tibor Gergelly illustrates every page with his usual affection for his subjects. Your child or grandchild will enjoy it again and again.