Does our librarian know about this daily cow blog?

During a short visit to the children’s section of our local library today, I was quite surprised to find a larger than usual number of cows pictured on the covers of the books on display. I have to wonder, does our librarian know about this daily cow sighting blog?

Seriously, the abundance of cows on display was ridiculous! Check out what I was able to spot in under a minute:

Curious George gets a medal, on a cow!

Curious George gets a medal, on a cow!

Wait a minute, what’s that book on the counter behind the George book? Well, you’ve got to see it to believe it! Another book with a cow…

The cow who clucked book

The cow who clucked book

And this was another book around the corner…

A place called kindergarten, with a cow

A place called kindergarten, with a cow

I saved the best for last. Check out When Pigasso met Mootisse!

Pigasso and Mootisse - an artsy cow and pig book

When Pigasso met Mootisse - an artsy cow and pig book

I was so intrigued by this book that I felt compelled to borrow it. Well, I’m glad I did, because I love the artwork and the story is entertaining and interesting too (artistic rendition of the feud that took place between Picasso and Matisse). Take a look at this Mootisse painting – what a treat!

Mootisse the cow - Matisse painting

Mootisse the cow - Matisse painting

So that’s four books with cows on the front cover that I spotted at the library in under one minute. I’m not sure if our librarian is reading this daily cow blog, but if she is, thanks for stopping by!

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One response to “Does our librarian know about this daily cow blog?

  1. Pingback: Every day I see a cow

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