Who Took the Farmer's Hat?

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Scholastic Book Services, Mar 1, 1970 - Animals - 27 pages
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The farmer had a hat, an old brown hat and oh, how he liked that old brown hat! But the wind took it and away it went. The farmer looked everywhere for it but the animals he asked had all seen something flat and round and brown but did not think of it as a hat. Eventually he finds it in a most unexpected place.

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User Review  - Schuman - LibraryThing

I love this book,I love how the animals all try to use the hat and in the end the farmer lets the birds have it for their nest.It is a very interactive book to read to young kids. Read full review

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I really like this book. Read full review

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About the author (1970)

Joan L. Nodset was inspired to write this story nearly forty years ago after catsitting Ptolemy, a friend's lovably moody feline. Ms. Nodset is also the author of "Go Away, Dog" and "Who Took the Farmer's Hat?" and wrote "Crocodile and Hen: A Bakongo Folktale" under the name Joan M. Lexau. She lives in Otisville, New York.

Siebel was born in Vienna and now lives in Rye, New York, with his wife and children.

Author Bio
Joan Lexau is the author of many picture books for children including the My First I Can Read Book "Go Away, Dog, " written under the pen name, Joan Nodset, and illustrated by Paul Meisel. Ms. Lexau lives in Otisville, NY.

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