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It's just a wonderful book and I can't wait to return our library copy and purchase one of our very own!
Illustrator, Ponder Goembel's bold, colorful, and expressive artwork sparkles with endearing characters, humor, and captivating, eye-catching detail.
I would definitely recommend it if you have children of any age or if you are like my mom who loves good children's books.
Cows, pirates and a cat called Captain Silver Claw. One day Silver Moo falls overboard ends up being rescued by a "crusty cattle barge", falls in love & live happily... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Liz
this book is very cleverly written. it is on level for children and another for the older crowd. the art work is really fun. nice jobPublished 23 months ago by Earl Russell Schwers Jr.
Oh, my stars. Yo-Ho-Ho-and a shiver-me-be.
It happens to coincide with Talk-Like-a-Pirate Day, and this book is hilarious. It is full of puns and a great rhyme scheme. Read more
My sons (8 and 3) and I checked out this book at the library and loved it! The rhyming text is very catchy and the story is really cute and silly. Read morePublished on February 24, 2012 by RM today
This book is highly recommended.
Even though there are only a few negative reviews (old ones), I still wanted to comment. Read more
This is our favorite Lisa Wheeler story, although it is hard to choose just one. Filled with her wonderful song, poetry, rhyming, excellent story, and wonderful illustrations. Read morePublished on January 19, 2011 by EvMama
Checked this out for my 3 year old from the library since we're learning about cows this week in PreK. I loved the pictures & the story...had to buy it for home!!Published on September 15, 2010 by Miller Mom
This as a book well worth owning. It is perfect for kids 3 to 6, which includes the "read it over and over again" stage. Read morePublished on September 3, 2010 by Maggie Hasbrouck
My kids really like this book -- it's original and engaging. Having said that -- I often make up my own words to the pictures because the original words are so awful in places. Read morePublished on November 2, 2008 by D. Grout