Make Kids Smile with Barnyard Kids: A Family Guide for Raising Animals

Posted on Nov 1 2015 - 8:03pm by Susan Bewley

Disclosure: I received this product for free to review. The opinions in my review are honest & my own.

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Do you know a child who loves farm animals? We have one living right next door to us who spent time with farm animals this past summer. Ever since, we have heard her talk about her favorite little goat and how she wants to own one herself once she is an ‘adult’. Of course, to all the adults, this was adorable since she loves anything that has to do with animals. She even wants to be a veterinarian when she grows up! When I had the opportunity to review a new book on farm animals for kids – Barnyard Kids: A Family Guide for Raising Animals – I couldn’t wait to get this cute book in her hands!

Barnyard Kids: A Family Guide for Raising Animals: What is It?

Looking for an adorable book for kids who love animals? If so, we think you will love find Barnyard Kids: A Family Guide for Raising Animals. In today’s world, more people are raising animals, may it be chickens in their own backyard or taking the step to owning their own. In this innovative new book, kids and parents to learn about raising chickens, pigs, sheep, goats, cows, horses, and even rabbits in this go to guide. Each chapter focuses on different aspects of owning animals, allowing kids to learn a bit mor about the world of animal husbandry. With information on animal illness, raising animals, and more, this book is perfect anyone looking at owning animals or being a veterinarian when they grow up!

Barnyard Kids: A Family Guide for Raising Animals: Overall

So far, this seems to be a fairly innovative book since it bridges a gap between most children’s and adult books. As someone who loves animals, our little neighbor absolutely loved this book, which was filled with a variety of beautiful pictures and information she found fascinating. Most important, it was a book she loved to read, something that is important for children who love animals. Knowing how much she enjoys animals, I am so glad she enjoyed this book and it made her only want to learn more about farm animals! Based on our own experience, we are happy to give Barnyard Kids: A Family Guide for Raising Animals an A rating.

Barnyard Kids: A Family Guide for Raising Animals: Where to Purchase

Want to purchase this awesome book for someone in your family? You can find Barnyard Kids: A Family Guide for Raising Animals on for $16.31 in paperback or $24.99 on the Kindle.

DisclosureBudget Earth did not receive monetary compensation for this review, but did receive products for review purposes.  All opinions on this product are my own honest assessment, and may differ from our readers’ opinions. 

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Susan Bewley is a professional writer & blogger who has been writing content online & in print format for over 10 years. As well, she is an alumni of the University of Louisville with a Masters Degree in Special Education. When not freelance or ghost writing, she can be found writing on Budget Earth or on her own novel. Feel free to contact Susan for more information on how she can help your business.

4 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Melissa W. November 6, 2015 at 3:18 pm - Reply

    My daughter also wants to be a vet! She loves animals so much. This looks like a great book. Added to my wishlist for a later purchase. Thank you!

  2. alicia szemon November 6, 2015 at 6:08 pm - Reply

    looks like a very cute book!

  3. Tawny November 7, 2015 at 11:38 pm - Reply

    Recently I read that teenagers don’t have any idea where their food comes from. That is sad! It’s unfathomable to anyone of my generation, my parents, their parents, etc. Children should go to farms to observe gardening and cows, pigs, or chickens and fully appreciate where their food really comes from.

  4. Jessica Lodge October 12, 2016 at 4:52 pm - Reply

    This is such a smart idea for a book! How great also for kids who will never get a chance to visit a farm.

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