Farmer Ham Too

Farmer Ham Too

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A pig named Farmer Ham goes to great lengths to outwit the crows in his cornfield.

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The crows in Farmer Hams field are very happy. All day long they sit and eat his corn and no matter how often he shouts and waves his arms, they wont go away. Silly old Farmer Ham. Or is he so silly, after all?


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The crows in Farmer Ham's field spend all day happily eating his corn no matter how often he shouts and waves his arms, but silly Farmer Ham turns out not to be so silly after all and manages to get the last laugh.
The crows that eat Farmer Ham's corn ridicule him when he begins to fish in the pond and only retrieves old bits of clothing, but Farmer Ham has the last laugh.

Publisher: London : Meadowside Children's, 2005
ISBN: 9780735821347
0735821348
Characteristics: 24 p. : ill ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Spoor, Mike

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