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Two Fat Cows

4.33  ·  Rating details ·  3 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Meet two very greedy cows, Marigold and Petal, and follow them in their madcap plan to eat every blade of grass they can get their hooves on. A new laugh-out-loud rhyming story for young readers.
Published November 1st 2016 by Choir Press
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Marin .
Apr 15, 2021 rated it it was amazing
TWO FAT COWS, written by Nigel Tetley and illustrated by Simon Goodway, is a funny little book about…eh, two fat cows. With only two protagonists in the book, the story is easy to understand and your little one could even memorize some of the rhymes. For sure, it will warm up many children’s hearts and will bring many smiles to the faces of young readers.

The two fat cows are in search of a field with greener grass. The story encompasses their little adventure trying to get out of their yard. At
Apr 28, 2020 rated it liked it
It was okay, maybe to children really funny. I just didn’t get it. It didn’t tell any lessons, other than if you are greedy, you can carry on.
Feb 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing
What a delightful book. Written in rhyme this fun story tells the tale of two very overweight cows who are BFFs and whose only goal in life is to eat, eat, eat. "One more blade to go please".

Marigold and Petal have literally eaten their way out of house and home. They look down and only a few pathetic blades of grass remain at their hooves. They think that they just might starve to death. Oh nooooo! Can't let that happen.

They look across the fence and a huge, luscious field of green grass await
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Since qualifying as a Religious Studies teacher in 1989, Nigel Tetley has worked in a variety of schools, spanning middle and secondary age groups in both the State and independent sectors. At the beginning of his teaching career, he also spent a year in Greece teaching English. In 2001, he started writing children's poetry at the suggestion of a colleague. Full details of all of his writing proje ...more

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