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A comical ode to individuality from a new talent. Milly Moo wants only one thing: to churn out the finest, tastiest, creamiest milk around. But there's just one problem. She's always too hot! It's her last chance!
As a quirky cow discovers, when life gives you a penchant for cold, make . . . something delicious! A comical ode to individuality from a new talent. Milly Moo wants only one thing: to churn out the finest, tastiest, creamiest milk around. But there's just one problem. She's always too hot! While all the other cows snicker and bask in the sun, Milly Moo's milk bucket keeps coming up empty. Nada! Zilch! Just when she's sure that the farmer will banish her, Milly Moo wakes to a freezing cold morning. It's her last chance! Will the icy temperature help her make the special milk product she dreams of? With slyly humorous illustrations and a fun final twist, this treat from Fiona Ross will have children begging for second helpings.
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3 - 7
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A cold snap reveals that Milly Moo's talents lie not in making milk, but in "the coldest, chilliest, frostiest, iceiest... ice cream," a left-field twist that should draw giggles and help the "be yourself" message go down as smooth as soft serve. Publishers Weekly This is a great addition to read-alouds centered on the theme of individuality (with a snack tie-in built right in). Delightfully different, just like Milly Moo. Kirkus Reviews The age-old message is, as Milly proclaims, "We're all special!" Booklist
Delightfully different, just like Milly Moo. Kirkus Reviews