Format: Board Book
Dimensions: 18 pages, 7 × 7 × 0.9 in
Published: August 28, 2012
Publisher: Little Simon
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1442454105
ISBN - 13: 9781442454101
About the Book
Boynton is back and better than ever with a completely redrawn version of hermultimillion-selling board book. This whimsical and hilarious book is sure toeducate and entertain children of all ages. Full color.
From the Publisher
A beloved Sandra Boynton classic showcases redrawn art and a larger size in this Special 30th Anniversary Edition.
A cow says MOO.
A sheep says BAA.
Three singing pigs say LA LA LA!
“No, no!” you say, “that isn’t right.
The pigs say OINK all day and night.”
The original Moo, Baa, La La La! sold more than 3 million copies when it was first published, and thirty years later this delightful board book remains a favorite among children and parents. Complete with silly rhymes and containing redrawn art that retains all the humor and charm of the original illustrations, this book introduces children to animal sounds like only Sandra Boynton can!
This anniversary edition has an enlarged trim size and metallic ink on the cover, making this timeless classic even more special.
About the Author
Sandra Boynton was born in Orange, New Jersey, and grew up in the Mount Airy section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Boynton's parents became Quakers when she was two years old. From kindergarten through 12th grade, she and her sisters attended Germantown Friends School, where their father taught English and was Head of the Upper School. She went on to Yale, entering in 1970 for her second year of college. She spent the second semester of her junior year studying in Paris through Wesleyan University's program. At Yale, she majored in English. Boynton intended to become a theater director. For graduate studies in drama, she attended the University of California at Berkeley for one year, then transferred to the Yale School of Drama D.F.A. program, but she did not complete the program. With the birth of her first child in 1979, Boynton postponed indefinitely a career in the theater. Boynton began designing greeting cards for Recycled Paper Greetings. Her designs were at the forefront of the Alternative Cards commercial movement that began in the mid-1970s. According to RPG co-founder and president Mike Keiser, over 200 million copies of Boynton's distinctive humorous cards featuring an assortment of unnamed cartoon animal characters, spare layout, and droll messages sold between 1973 and 1995. Since the 1977 release of Hippos Go Berserk!, Boynton has published many children's books, as well as several illustrated humor books for the general market. Her books are most typically fo