Wednesday, February 29, 2012

E'tre the Cow by Sean Kenniff

On a scale from 1-10 I would rate E'tre the Cow an 8. It was a good book, and was entertaining and it really taught me a lesson. The book is about a bull named E'tre, who is embarrassed of it's looks. When people (humans) see E'tre and mistake him for a cow, they make fun of the flies on his haunches and his hoofed legs. "The shame of this burns like the sun on my back," the bull once said. E'tre tells the story of a bull with a bold, unique, tough life stuck inside the pasture fences. E'tre has dreams about the beautiful green pastures beyond these fences. E'tre is not like the others, he is much more than they are in many ways. In the fences the grass is thin. The cows hunger and E'tre starts to become desperate. He is the only cow that finds himself starving, literally.


~Giovanni, Teen Book Reviewer

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