No one can possibly have moo-er fun with cows than Sandra Boynton and here she is at the top of her form. This a cowllection of jokes, stories, comics, adventures, fashionistas, and even a myth that includes zoooose.
Yup, yer gonna be knee deep in cow jokes and cow humor. Look closely at any illustration to find hints of a cow passing by. It might be the piano where the Steinway is now a Holzsteinway or it might be a superhero by name of The Amazing Cow.
Take for example the ill-fated story of the cows outstanding in their fields who decided to play a game of Red Rover. Now out of the 137 cows there were eighty named Tino. Are you laughing yet? Well, unfortoooonately, someone yells ( I believe it might have been Nedly) Red Rover send Tino right over....and a stampede ensues.
Know any good cow knock knock jokes? Yooooo doooo now! With every turn of the page Boynton's flexible trampoline of a mind when it comes to cows goes boinging off in a new cow direction. Hilarious from nose to tail. Perfect for kids who like their books to be entertaining, highly visual, fast paced and constantly changing. An udder delight.
96 pages 978-0761162148 Ages 6-10
From Sandra Boynton—as it could only come from Boynton—an inventive exuberant jumble of a book for the young reader. Amazing Cows is a picture book, a storybook, a book of fun and games—it’s all those things in one. Plus it even includes a startling recording of Maurice Ravel’s “Bolero Completely Unraveled for Orchestra and Kazoos” performed by Sandra Boynton & The Highly Irritating Orchestra, for download. (Running time is 17:14, but seems MUCH longer.)
A work of pure obsession, Amazing Cows celebrates cows and offbeat cowness with a miscellany of cow stories, cow poems, cow jokes, and other bovine ephemera. Along the way, expect lively guest appearances by ducks, pigs, and excessive numbers of chickens. There’s a song: "It Had to Be Moo." A game: "Find the Hidden Cows." Famous Barnyard Composers (surely you’ve heard of Wolfgang Amadeus Moozart and Johann Sebastian Bockbockbock). Knock-knock jokes, a cow myth, and an Amazing Cow comic-book adventure: "Trouble on Zebblor 7." Cow fashion. Cow Limericks. How to Speak Cow. Plus so much mooer.
Amazing Cows is full-color, 96 pages long, and packed with the kind of silly fun that young readers adore, especially when they can read it to themselves—and then read it to their parents, and then to their little brothers, and then to the family dog. Or the family cow.---from the publisher