Cows munch, meander, sleep, sun themselves, and wade through vibrant Vermont landscapes before gathering for a kick-up-your-hooves barn dance. This bold, bovine twist on counting is sure to amuse little ones just learning their numbers.
About the author
Woody Jackson lives in Addison County, Vermont-the land of milk and honey. He discovered art and cows at Middlebury College, from which he graduated in 1970. He created ties among the dairymen and -women there and has been creating bovine artwork ever since. He also received an MFA from the Yale School of Art and lived in New York City. Vermont is where his heart and art coexist. His cows grace the sides of Ben & Jerry's ice cream trucks as well as many art collections.
“A delightful backward counting book from the Ben & Jerry’s cow illustrator.”—The New York Times Book Review
“Brightly colored panoramas depict a cow countdown.”—School Library Journal