Cow Says Meow: A Peep-and-See Book (Hardcover)

Cow Says Meow: A Peep-and-See Book By Kirsti Call, Brandon James Scott (Illustrator) Cover Image

Cow Says Meow: A Peep-and-See Book (Hardcover)


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A humorous picture book filled with wordplay and mixed-up onomatopoeia, Cow Says Meow features bold graphic art, silly animals, and unique cover cut-outs at the front and back.

Cow says . . . Meow!
Cat says . . . Neigh!
. . . or does it?

With bold graphic art and a punny narrator, this zany picture book is full of outrageously mixed-up animal sounds. Puns and wordplay will leave readers giggling through the roller-coaster of sounds all the way to the final pages featuring the correct animal noises. Cow Says Meow is a perfect read aloud for home, the classroom, or anywhere else, and will delight fans of Cece Bell’s I Yam a Donkey and David Ezra Stein's Interrupting Chicken.
Kirsti Call is the author of Mootilda's Bad Mood, and other farm-related picture books. She lives outside of Boston where she gets inspiration from her five kids, husband, and backyard chickens. Instagram @kirsticall;

Brandon James Scott is the illustrator of The Dog Who Wanted to Fly, a Canadian Children’s Book Centre Best Books for Kids & Teens of 2018, Snow Falls, which was selected for the 2020 Society of Illustrators’ Original Art Exhibition, and the upcoming Cow Says Meow. He is also an Emmy Award-nominated creator of the Canadian preschool television series Justin Time and is an animation director with over ten years' experience in the animation industry. Brandon lives with his family in Toronto, Canada.

Product Details ISBN: 9780358423348
ISBN-10: 0358423341
Publisher: Clarion Books
Publication Date: March 16th, 2021
Pages: 32
Language: English

★ "Children will be delighted with the combination of onomatopoeia and puns in this amusing read-aloud that will introduce a new generation to witty wordplay."—School Library Journal, STARRED review   "Children will giggle over the absurdly wrong sounds the animals make at each page turn."—Kirkus Reviews