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Tagsearly elementary, preschooler, punk
When we first caught up with Cow, Sheep, Pig, Goat, and Chicken they were testing the waters of their latest music project, Punk Farm, and smashing out their punk rock tunage for every farm animal to thrash the night away to while Farmer Joe quietly slept in his bed. With a Ramones-style flair, Punk Farm’s version of “Old McDonald Had a Farm” (and other classic children’s songs) brought old-school New York punk to the barnyard, and tore apart the various haystacks with aggression that you can only feel when listening to songs that guarantee to knock your feathers off.
Now, after having been established as a punk rock conglomerate for some time, Punk Farm is heading out on the road to rock the US sideways while Farmer Joe heads off to a Tractor Society Conference in Reno. As their first ever trip outside of the farm, the only thing that threatens their good time is an unreliable tour van that may render it difficult to travel. Let’s just hope that the van’s wheels keep going “round and round” enough for them to get from point A to point B.
A sequel to author Jarret J. Krosoczka’s 2005 children’s book, Punk Farm, Punk Farm on Tour will get your baby rockers into the spirit of the punk movement through the escapades of the five furry members from the greatest barnyard band that’s ever existed, or will probably ever exist again. Adding this to your ever-growing collection of books is just what your little one needs to disperse their hyped up energy after they drink their Juicy Juice. Sugar and punk rock is such a great combination.