The Kitty-Cow by Gloria T. and William T. Delamar

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Clementine is a cow with an unusual birthmark in the shape of a butterfly. She wasn't tall and stout like the other cows, instead, she was short, skinny, and had a very thin tail. All of the other cows would laugh at her awkwardness and Clementine became so disheartened, she wanted to become something else. Anything but a cow! After observing other animals, Clementine decides she would like to be a cat. A cat is more poised and if she were a cat, she could climb fences and trees! Finally, she calls on her Fairy God Cow and this is where Clementine's journey to self-acceptance and love begins. This book sends the beautiful message to our earliest readers about how their unique attributes are a blessing to someone - even when it doesn't seem true.

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Published November 4, 2016 by Saturn's Moon Press. 26 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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