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THE RIGHT COLOUR is a novel about a cow. Born on a small farm in Aberdeenshire in the mid 1980’s, the Princess never really fitted in. Sure she was black, but the wrong kind of black. Her early years were plagued with hardship, bullying and racism but this only lead her to believe that she was special, the Chosen One. Now nearing the end of her life, the Princess tells her ...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by Chauffour Books
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Andy Frazier
Sep 13, 2011 rated it it was amazing
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James Cameron - Fife, Scotland. Farmer and stockman
A very enjoyable story for readers of all ages. Taken from the author’s experience of the world of cattle and the art of showmanship, it takes the reader on a journey through the life of a young cow from humble beginnings, to the highlights
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Denise Mitchell
Sep 29, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I absolutely loved this book from the minute I started reading it. The fact that it's written from a cow's point of view seemed a little strange at first but very quickly I grew to love Princess.

The book made me laugh out loud at some bits and at other bits I cried so much I couldn't see my Kindle let alone read it. Being a country girl living in Aberdeenshire (where the first part of the story is set) and knowing about the Scottish farming scene, this story really struck a chord wit
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Richard E
Dec 02, 2011 rated it it was amazing
What a charming book. I worked with some Angus cows many years ago, they are a lovely breed of stock. This tale really does get inside the head of one firey young calf, I could almost feel those kicks myself.
I never went to Smithfield Show but I sure heard about it. This guy makes the ting come alive.
A great read for any cattleman.
Pat O'driscoll
Mar 24, 2012 rated it really liked it
This is a great story. Wasnt sure about the cow thing but I think being told in the first person sets the character up really well.
Had a great end too, even though it's predictable, the emotion is infectous.
Amongst it all, there is a parody somewhere, along the lines of - BELIEF CAN CONQUER ALL!
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