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Johnny Crow's Party

L. Leslie Brooke

Book Overview: 

A beautifully illustrated children’s picture book. With a variety of delightful animals doing strange things such as the kangaroo who tried to paint the roses blue. This is a follow up to Johnny Crow’s Garden.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Johnny Crow Plied Rake and Hoe And improved his little Garden. And the Eagle Looked quite regal In Johnny Crow's Garden And the Cockatoo
Said "Comment vous portez vous?" And the Gander Didn't understand her; But the Flamingo
Talked the same lingo In Johnny Crow's Garden. And the Bear Sang a sentimental Air, But the Giraffe
Was inclined to laugh; . . . Read More

Community Reviews

Johnny Crow worked his toosh off to create a majestic garden, using rake and hoe. Thus, Leonard Leslie Brooke begins one of his classic children's tales centering around the different animal friends invited to Johnny's garden party. Brooke is able to place expressions on the faces of these good-s...more

Another visit with Johnny Crow and his animal friends. This time we are having a party in Johnny's famous garden. We meet new creatures like a seal and a cockatoo, even a flounder! My favorite here is the armadillo who uses the sleeping sheep as a pillow.

Another simple rhyming story with wonderf...more