A pig and a cow greet each other just as a donkey and a sheep run by shouting "Baa! Hee-Haw! Come see what we saw!" Creatures as small as crickets and as large as horses call to each other and hurry after the donkey and sheep. A farmer has left a truckload of fruits and vegetables unattended and the animals gather together for an impromptu feast. Before the farmer returns to shoo them away, the animals devour baskets of corn and bushels of apples. A turkey and a dog say "Gobble-gobble! Ruff! We've had enough." Before the day is over, a bee says "Buzz! What a great day it was!" A crescent moon rises in the night sky, and little chicks cheep before the animals go to sleep. Over a dozen animals appear in Hans Wilhelm's lively cartoon illustrations, and Grace Maccarone's simple verse captures all their tweets, squeaks, meows and moos. Beginning readers and listeners alike will enjoy identifying and comparing each of the animal's color and appearance even as they sing along with their sounds.