By Gemma Merino
The Queen in Alice in Wonderland stated, “Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” Well, in that regard, she and Tina the cow have something in common. Tina is curious and her mind is “full of wonderful things.” Her sisters tell her that her ideas are impossible nonsense. But that doesn’t stop her. Tina sets out to try something very impossible and quite ridiculous and makes a new, magical friend. The delightful illustrations only add to the joy of the story. This book is the perfect start to any day. Read it and then go have an impossible, ridiculous, nonsensical adventure!
Review by Teresa Edmunds, Westbrook Elementary Media Center
Rating: ★★★★½ (4.5 stars)
Interest Level: Grades K-5
Author Website: http://gemmamerino.blogspot.com/
The Cow Who Climbed a Tree
Albert Whitman & Company
Release Date: March 1, 2016
8 thoughts on “The Cow Who Climbed a Tree”
The cover alone makes me want to read this book not to mention your lovely review. Should I put it on my “to buy” list or just my “to read” list?
I would say add it to your “to buy” list.
We have this book in our library and the students also love it. They often ask for it to be read at story time.
The cover made me smile and chuckle a little bit. I’ll have to keep this one in mind for sure!
This book has become one of my new favorites.
I have read this to several classes from K-3 and all the kids liked it. We talked about how it feels when no one believes in you and what you can do to change their minds.
Sounds good. Thanks.
This is one of the Beehive nominees for this coming year. I can’t wait to share it with my students.