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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
My Puppy Thinks She’s a Brown Cow by Kimberley J. Allen is the adorable story of a little pup who eats grass whenever she goes to the park, on walks, on the way to school, and on the way back home from school. She eats grass when she is in their grandma’s back yard and she wants to eat grass while riding in the truck. The little boy tells the puppy that it is a dog and not a brown cow, but still the puppy thinks she is a brown cow. This simple story is a fun read and it introduces young readers to a silly pup who has seen cows around her eating grass and wants to eat what they are having.
Many times we come across children and adults who tend to copy what others do and are comfortable doing it instead of trying out new things and being different. The little pup sees cows around her eating grass and she wants to copy them, yet at the same time she is different from other pups because pups and dogs do not eat grass. The illustrations are adorable and they bring the story and the characters alive. It is cute book for bedtime storytelling and can be used in classrooms and school libraries for storytelling and read aloud sessions. Light-hearted stories like this are good for children and will put a smile on their faces. This silly pup will definitely find her way into the hearts of young readers with her unusual behavior.