Book Review: Choco the Cow by Anna Salolecategories: Book, Humour, Farm Animals, Rhymes, Life Lessons, Illustrated, Beginner Reader, Educational, Games, Funny Story, Donkey, Learning, Children's Book
Anna Saloleabout this book: There is a naughty cow in the village of Bahlahdee, and her name is Choco! She plays pranks on the other animals all the time, yet she never gets caught. Who tied the horses' tails together? Who slathered the old donkey's hooves with butter? Choco never minds that someone else gets punished until... Until the day she finally gets a taste of her own medicine and is blamed for something she hasn't done. Not very nice, is it, Choco?
A story in rhymes about the importance of honesty and written for children aged 3 and above, "Choco the Cow" will delight even the adults who read it. Laughter guaranteed!
This edition includes a glossary of the difficult words at the end, which will help build the beginner reader's confidence, and that's not all: children also get to learn fun facts and test their observation skills with games.
Also available in printed format, "Choco the Cow" is sure to become a family favourite.
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reviewI believe that everyone will find a part of oneself in this masterpiece. There is something to ponder on after the reading is done! [by Nourhan Boreanaz]
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