[heading]Mary Elizabeth The Spotless Cow by Salvatore Barbera[/heading]
An adorable story of acceptance and friendship awaits young readers in Mary Elizabeth The Spotless Cow by Salvatore “Sal” Barbera.
Mary Elizabeth arrives at the farm one day, but the other cows pay her no mind. They don’t want anything to do with a spotless cow. So she comes up with the ingenious idea of making spots out of mud. It’s enough to break the tension and convince the cows to talk and play with her. But what will happen when the spots come off?
Mary Elizabeth The Spotless Cow is a charming story of how one cow gained a new bunch of friends. None of the other cows on the farm want anything to do with Mary Elizabeth because she doesn’t have spots. Suddenly, she has spots and everyone wants to include her. Mary Elizabeth knows, however, that the other cows need to like her for her and not just because she looks like everyone else. This is a fabulous lesson to teach kids.
Like the story, the illustrations are whimsical and fun. This is a cute book your child will want to read time and again.
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