And Dance with the Orange Cow

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Author: Nancy Libbey Mills

Illustrator: Shan Wells

Children are encouraged to have fun, experience all of life and follow their hearts. “So turn down the light, and light up the moon, wish on a star and croon with the loons, step out of the box and on to the floor and dance with the cow that’s orange.”

 

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The third in a series from Nancy Libbey Mills and Illustrator Shan Wells, And Dance with the Orange Cow brings giggles to the page and inspiration to the imagination.

Children are encouraged to have fun, experience all of life and follow their hearts.

“So turn down the light, and light up the moon, wish on a star and croon with the loons, step out of the box and on to the floor and dance with the cow that’s orange.”

Available in Hardcover, and Paperback.

Hardcover $12.95, ISBN 978-1893815094

Paperback $7.95, ISBN 978-1893815100

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Hardcover, Paperback

3 reviews for "And Dance with the Orange Cow"

  1. :

    For me, the best part about children’s books is savoring their word play. Few negotiate that intricate dance better than Aurora writer Nancy Libbey Mills. I’ve raved about her gems “Hug a Bug” and “Never Eat Cabbage on Thursday” in the past; fortunately her latest, “And Dance with the Orange Cow,” doesn’t disappoint. Her punny poetry brings a smile to my face no matter how many times I read it – “Tickle a pickle with a feather that’s green / Don’t’ feed beans to the cat ‘cause that would be mean” – and the artwork by longtime illustrator Shan Wells is just as well done.

  2. :

    With lines like, “Don’t water your daughter but run through the rain,” Nancy Mills draws the reader into a land of whimsy and creativity. Take this book, put one small child on your lap, read, smile and make some memories.

  3. :

    And Dance with the Orange Cow is the best of the best from Nancy Libbey Mills and Shan Wells. My students can’t seem to get enough of Mills’ books and music. Her words inspire infectious laughter and are a treat for our classroom. Our whole school looks forward to each new book. Throw caution to the wind and come dance with us and with the Orange Cow.

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