THE COW IN THE SILO by Patricia Goodell

THE COW IN THE SILO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Grady's Funny Adventure -- which turns out to be a very strange one -- for Grady is a cow belonging to Mrs. O'Grady and her milk which made very fine cream and very fine butter and very fine cheese and very fine buttermilk supplied all of Mrs. O'Grady's neighbors. But a blunt-nosed, bothersome bluebottle fly bit Grady, Grady crashed into the silo -- and couldn't get out. None of the methods suggested for getting her out are possible -- until Mrs. O'Grady gets a smooth idea which works the miracle. The pictures, in full color, by Dellwyn Cunningham, offer plenty of object interest for the young listener, and are a gay accompaniment to a frolicsome story. Washable covers.

Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap Wonder Books