Farmer Right lives on a very orderly farm. He gently chastises his cat for getting milk on the floor and the duck for splashing. He cleans everything all the time, forcing order on his farm. That makes him very happy, but his animals don't feel the same way. They stage a revolt, throwing all Farmer Right's order away and driving him crazy - until he finally breaks down, laughing, and admits order isn't everything.
Kids will crack up at the meow-ing cow, quack-ing cat and baa-ing chick. Author/illustrator Joan Elizabeth Goodman did a great job of writing a fun, silly book that kids will want to read over and over. The illustrations are nice enough and several are just laugh-out-loud funny, especially the ones of Farmer Right cleaning the farm. If your hope is to turn your child into a reader, turn him or her onto Right's Animal Farm; a book that makes them laugh will keep them reading and this one will definitely do that.