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by Rebecca Harrison Reed,Lynn Plourde

  • ISBN: 089272790X
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Rebecca Harrison Reed,Lynn Plourde
  • Subcategory: Geography & Cultures
  • Other formats: docx lit txt azw
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Down East Books (August 16, 2011)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • FB2 size: 1377 kb
  • EPUB size: 1631 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 488
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Only Cows Allowed! by. Lynn Plourde (Goodreads Author), Rebecca Harrison Reed.

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Only Cows Allowed! book. Lynn Plourde sets the scene wonderfully with the arrival of four cows to an excited, though clueless, first-time farmer.

by Lynn Plourde Illustrated by Rebecca Harrison Reed Down East Books, 2011. Once uPUN a new New England farm, some cows moooooved into the barn and promptly made a sign: ONLY COWS ALLOWED!

by Lynn Plourde Illustrated by Rebecca Harrison Reed Down East Books, 2011. Once uPUN a new New England farm, some cows moooooved into the barn and promptly made a sign: ONLY COWS ALLOWED! But where were the hens, horses, pigs, sheep, goats, and geese supposed to live? Would the cows keep the barn all to themselves? Or would the other animals trick those cows? The hens huddled, hatched a plan, and cackled, �Our milk is coming! Our milk is coming!

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Once uPUN a new New England farm, the cows refuse to let the other farm animals mooooove into the barn. ONLY COWS ALLOWED! But the hens, horses, pigs, sheep, goats, and geese aren't about to let those bossy cows get their way. The first-time farmer doesn't side with the cows either. Animal after animal after animal moves into the barn. But when the farmer throws an all-night barn party to celebrate his new farm, the cows leave without uddering a word. Where will they finally find some peace and quiet?
Reviews about Only Cows Allowed (3):
CopamHuk
Good book for young children
Flas
Lynn Plourde sets the scene wonderfully with the arrival of four cows to an excited, though clueless, first-time farmer. We then discover that these cows have a bit of a elitist streak, as they claim the barn exclusively for themselves with a sign: ONLY COWS ALLOWED! As new animals arrive, each one attempts to show that they may actually be cows in order to gain entrance to the barn. They fail each test, of course, but the farmer doesn't mind. Rather, he indicates that the only animals not fulfilling their duties are the cows. When the farmer decides to throw a barn party for all the animals, the cows finally acquiesce. But who gets the last laugh? The cows! They sneak off to find someplace even better than their barn . . . won't the farmer be surprised!

Like: I like the tone, creativity, and expressiveness of the illustrations. The text is both humorous enough for a 5-7 year old and yet simple and instructive for the younger reader, confirming the different characteristics of each animal. The length and flow works well for older children. The ending will make the kids giggle with delight.

Dislike: At one point, the story presents the cows jumping over the moon. This seemed a little out-of-place. Nonetheless, most children will likely enjoy this detail which is accompanied by a comical illustration. The text length may get too long for kids younger than 5. Also, some readers may be disappointed by its moral, feeling that it lacked a lesson concerning respect and how to get along.
Xor
We bought this book for our nephew last year, and it has been one of his favorite books ever since! Although he has never seen a real cow up close, he now can't wait to see one. It's a really cute story, and the illustrations are some of the best we've ever seen.

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