22 September 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Cows Can’t Jump by Dave Reisman

Cows Can’t Jump is a sweet and endearing book that I truly believe will become a classic of early childhood literature. The book is simply written with colorful illustrations that are guaranteed to keep a child’s attention. While there isn’t a story, there is a moral: we are all different and it is those differences that make us special.

This book reminds me of the simple, colorful books in my grandmother’s house when I was a young child. 1/2 a sentence per page, illustrations that perfectly match the text, and a simple meaning that has a more profound effect.

Cows Can’t Jump is a new title in a classical style of early childhood literature. This book should be a part of every parents library for their preschooler to enjoy.

Description:
Is it really true that cows can’t jump, gorillas can’t swin and sloths can’t leap? Yes, but discover what these and other animals can do, as they swing, scamper and glide through Cows Can’t Jump! In this humorous and inspirational adventure, animals focus on what they do best, comfortably aware they can’t do everything, but proud of their own special skills. Vibrantly illustrated, Cows Can’t Jump will help young readers learn diverse and dynamic words, while absorbing a subtle yet powerful message that builds self-esteem and teaches respect and humility.

Rating: ★★★★★

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