A few weeks ago, I borrowed a book at the library called Cat Tale by Michael Hall. Since then, it's been one of our favorite reads and you'll soon understand why. And somehow, in a book called Cat Tale, you can spot a cow. In this very funny book, three cats named Lillian, Tilly and… Continue reading What’s in a cat tale? A cow, of course
I recently borrowed the hilarious children's book Duck on a Bike by David Shannon from the library. Would you expect to see a cow in this book? Well, there's only one but it appears on several pages and makes quite a lot of funny faces worth sharing. In this book, Duck tries a child's bike… Continue reading Cow on a bike
For his sixth birthday last week, my son got several toys but also a number of books. One of them is Mercer Mayer's Little Critter Storybook Collection, which compiles seven Little Critter stories in one big book. One of the stories is called Little Critter: Just a School Project. As soon as we saw the… Continue reading Would a cow make a good librarian?
My eldest likes to read books on his own now that he's an independent reader, so I've been getting him a bunch of books at his reading level from the library. One of them is called Way Out West with Pirate Pete & Pirate Joe by A.E. Cannon. This book is full of adventures and… Continue reading The bull who thinks he’s a rabbit
I'm back from spending a week with my kids in the beautiful mountains of Idyllwild, California, a small town just two hours away from San Diego. I used to be able to enjoy the greenery mountains just 30 minutes away from San Diego too, until the wildfires in 2003 and then again in 2008 burned all of… Continue reading The many cows of Idyllwild, California