Thursday, February 12, 2009

Punk Farm

Krosoczka, Jarrett J. 2005. Punk Farm. Knopf.

Punk Farm is almost too fun for words. Almost. It would be awful to say nothing about this one. To just assume that you know about this one. Some may already love it, may already have it memorized even... but if I can introduce at least one or two people to the book--that wouldn't have known about it otherwise--I can walk away with a sense of satisfaction.

Farmer Joe may be your typical farmer. But his animals are far from the ordinary. These are animals that know how to rock and roll. Boy, these animals know how to work a crowd! Pig plays electric guitar; goat plays his bass guitar; cow's on drums; chicken's on keyboards; and the leader of the band? The star of the show? The sheep, who's the vocal genius of the bunch. Can you guess which song they're rockin' this time? If you guessed Old're right! You'll probably have to read this one yourself to see just how fun it is. But it's a party of a book.

© Becky Laney of Young Readers


  1. Well, you can walk away with satisfaction, Becky! I'd never heard of this one, but it looks waaaay too fun to resist!

  2. We hadn't heard about it until my daughter brought it home from school. Now she can't get enough *punk*. You're right ... this is a book that should be shared with the world. Be sure to check out the band on Jarrett's website, too.