No one can take �cute and goofy� quite as far as Boynton, and here she is in top form, milking several silly cow-themed mini tales, a comic featuring the exploits of a bovine superhero, limericks, song lyrics, knock-knock jokes, advertisements, fashion notes, and �so much mooer!� for all they�re worth as herds of Holsteins�interspersed with a supporting cast of chickens, ducks, pigs, and other livestock�cavort across the pages with expressions of wide-eyed befuddlement. Adding educational value with a gallery of �Famous Barnyard Composers� (�Johann Sebastian Bockbockbock�) and a diagram of the stages of �Metamoophosis� from �cattlepillar� to �udderfly,� she then closes with an invitation to download an all-kazoo rendition of Ravel�s Bolero. Somehow, that just seems to fit in with the general zaniness. It would take a heart of stone to find this less than udderly entertaining. Grades 2-4. --John Peters --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I absolutely love this book. I love all Sandra's books but this made me laugh. I found it at the library and then HAD to buy our own copy.Published 8 months ago by Madison's Mastiffs
We've always been big Boynton fans in my house. My son is especially fond of the "Cow Planet" songs from the "Dog Train" book/album. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amanda Oster
Like Sandra Boynton's other works (such as greeting cards), this book is very clever and is of interest to cow lovers of all ages.Published 20 months ago by Steven Tepper
I bought this book for my sister who loves cows. We grew up on a dairy farm. I thought the pictures were hilarious, and I hoped she would really like it. Read morePublished on October 4, 2012 by Ann Tyrone
this is a fun book for children and adults! Sandra Boynton is an amazing wit and if you want your funny bone tickled, this book is clever enough to do it.Published on February 12, 2012
Hilarious book by Sandra Boynton. Received very quickly, in perfect condition, well packaged. No complaints at all. A perfect online transaction.Published on January 6, 2012 by Eric
you find out why you don't want chickens to play "Red Rover" is OK by me. Also, finding out how to communicate in the Bovine dialect is good. Read morePublished on November 25, 2011 by rjones2818
My entire family loves Sandra Boynton. Her stories and songs are funny and simple. Her work is also enjoyable and tolerable for adults. Read morePublished on August 26, 2011 by Robert Broussard
Exactly what one expects from Sandra Boynton...such fun!
In this household, though, we are most partial to her CD & book combos, and here is a helpful hint: Never order just... Read more