The engaging picture books in this Farm Animal Themed Booklist for kids, take a look at all the different animals that can be found on a farm.
Farm Animal Themed Booklist for kids
Click, Clack, Good Night, by Doreen Cronin
It’s bedtime on the farm. The cows, sheep, and chickens are all tucked in and snoozing away. Except for…Duck. So Farmer Brown sings him a song…reads him a book…turns on the white noise machine…and even debates the day’s top stories. But Duck just won’t tuck!
Barnyard Dance, by Sandra Boynton
Everybody sing along—because it’s time to do-si-do in the barnyard with a high-spirited animal crew!
Little Blue Truck, by Alice Schertle
Beep! Beep! Beep! Meet Blue. A muddy country road is no match for this little pick up–that is, until he gets stuck while pushing a dump truck out of the muck. Luckily, Blue has made a pack of farm animal friends along his route. And they’re willing to whatever it takes to get their pal back on the road.
Spot Goes to the Farm, by Eric Hill
Spot visits his dad, working on the farm, and looks for baby animals. Animal sounds pique Spot’s curiosity, and lift-the-flaps reveal who is underneath. After an adventurous search for baby animals, Spot finally finds a litter of kittens.
Click, Clack, Moo, Cows That Type, by Doreen Cronin
Farmer Brown has a problem. His cows like to type. All day long he hears Click, clack, MOO.
But Farmer Brown’s problems REALLY begin when his cows start leaving him notes….
Big Red Barn, by Margaret Wise Brown
In the barnyard there are roosters and cows, horses and goats, and a pink piglet who is learning to squeal. On this day on the farm, a family of animals peacefully plays and sleeps
Pete the Cat: Old MacDonald Had a Farm, by James Dean
Join Pete the Cat as he learns the sounds of all the different farm animals – chickens, pigs, and even frogs. Everyone’s favorite groovy cat is groovier than ever in this way-cool adaptation of “Old MacDonald Had a Farm”.
Saving Emma the Pig, by John Chester
Emma the pig is about to give birth to piglets. But she is also sick, and after her seventeen babies arrive, Emma is unable to care for them. Taking care of seventeen piglets and a sick mama pig is a challenge for Farmer John and his team. But the cure for Emma reminds them what is most important―for pigs and for humans: love and friendship.
Ragweed’s Farm Dog Handbook, by Anne Vittur Kennedy
Being a farm dog is a tough job. But luckily, Ragweed’s handbook will tell you everything you need to know. Step one: don’t wake the farmer! That’s the rooster’s job. Of course, if you do wake the farmer, you might just get a biscuit. . . .
Farmyard Beat, by Lindsey Craig
As soon as the sun goes down, the animals are up! Before long, there’s a giant farmyard dance party, complete with funny animal sounds. But what happens when all the racket wakes up Farmer Sue?
The Flea’s Sneeze, by Lynn Downey
What happens when a flea gets a bad case of the sniffles? Utter pandemonium in the barnyard! Before the night is over, every animal has something to say. Will the animals ever fall back to sleep?
My Chickens Lay Eggs, by Sherry Crelin
Jenny and her family raises a small flock of chickens in their suburban back yard.
Cows Can MOO! Can You? by Bonni Worth
The Cat in the Hat spends a day on the farm with Mr. and Mrs. Greenbean and their three little Greenbeans: Jean, Dean, and baby Irene! From dawn to dusk, cows are being milked, chickens are being fed, sheep are being sheered, fields are being tilled, fertilized, reaped, mowed, irrigated—and lots more!
Open the Barn Door, by Christopher Santoro
Spend a day on the farm and explore all the animal sights and sounds! 10 Lift-the-flaps hides a variety of barnyard favorites, including horses, chickens, cows, and pigs.
What’s This? Down on the Farm, by Aaron Adams
“Down on the farm there is always lots to see.
Come on everybody just follow me.
We are going to have fun and play a game.
Can you tell me which animal is not the same?“
Maisy’s Morning on the Farm, by Lucy Cousins
Morning is a busy time on Maisy’s farm. There are chickens and pigs to feed, and the cow to milk. After all of the chores are finished, there’s just one more thing to do — eat a yummy breakfast!
The Cow Said Neigh ! by Rory Feek
These farm animals wish they were like the other animals . . . which leads to a farm-full of confusion! The cow wants to run free like a horse, the sheep wants a snout like a pig, and the dog wants to be inside like the cat.
Duck on a Bike, by David Shannon
One day down on the farm, Duck got a wild idea. “I bet I could ride a bike,” he thought. He waddled over to where the boy parked his bike, climbed on, and began to ride. At first he rode slowly and he wobbled a lot, but it was fun! Duck rode past Cow and waved to her. “Hello, Cow!” said Duck. “Moo,” said Cow. But what she thought was, “A duck on a bike? That’s the silliest thing I’ve ever seen!”
Sleep Tight Farm, by April Eugenie Doyle
A fascinating picture is painted of what winter means to the farm year and to the family that shares its seasons, from spring’s new growth, summer’s heat, and fall’s bounty to winter’s well-earned rest. All year long the farm has worked to shelter them, feed them, keep them warm, and now it’s time to sleep.
Right This Very Minute, by Lisl H. Detlefsen
Families in their busy kitchens or at the table wonder where the delicious foods they’re about to eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert come from. This is followed by colorful, detailed spreads showing the operations and people involved in farming those foods.
Tyrannosaurus Rex vs. Edna, by Douglas Rees
Tyrannosaurus Rex wants breakfast. He stomps and he roars and he gnashes his teeth―and he scares all the other dinosaurs right out of the forest.
Only Edna, the very first chicken, is unafraid. She won’t let that bully T. rex push her around! But will Edna’s mighty beak and terrible flapping wings be a match for T. rex’s mighty claws and terrible jaws?
The Grumpy Morning, by Pamela Duncan Edwards
Every single barnyard animal is awoken by another noisy animal, until there is a farmyard of noisy creatures looking for the farmer’s attention.
Farmer Brown Shears His Sheep, by Teri Sloat
Farmer Brown shears his sheep and has their wool made into yarn, but after they beg to have it back he knits the yarn into sweaters for them.