Poor Oscar! His life is plagued with creatures he can't see. A cow licks his head every night, and that's just for starters. He's also had ants in his pants and a frog in his throguh, but try as he might, he can't seem to find them. Even so, he knows they're there. How? Because his mother tells him so!...
|Title||:||There's a Cow Under My Bed!|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
There's a Cow Under My Bed! Reviews
Pa: Five stars? You really liked it?Brontë: You bought this because you thought I'd like it, and you were right. You're usually always right. Look at the cover. There's milk coming out of the cow's boobs.Pa: So what did you think of the art?Brontë: I thought that it was really clever, and I thought that it was really cool. I loved the picture where his Mom was combing his hair, and the comb looked like her hand but it was really a grey thing. It was really cool, the art.Pa: Yeah, I thought you'd like the art. What else did you like?Brontë: I liked how he, at the end, he had a frog in his mouth. And his Mom said, "Don't be alarmed young man. There's nothing to worry about," or something like that, but I was like, he's smart to be worried. He had ants in his pants, he had a cow licking his hair, and he lots of fears coming at him, and he said, "C'mon, I've got lots of fears and you're saying its not that bad," and I like that he's totally giving her crap because she said it wasn't that bad, and then at the end he said that everybody's fears come back to haunt you.Pa: Crazy. Glad you liked it. Is there anything else you want to add?Brontë: Yeah. The whole book was really cool, and I loved the art. I loved how the girl made it. If she made that, it's amazing. I would like to actually meet her and tell her it was really awesome. And that's all. Pa: Killer review, Të. Nice work.
Awesome picture book.