The cow who fell in the canal

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Doubleday, 1957 - Juvenile Fiction - 33 pages
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Hendrika, a fine Dutch cow, was bored in her pasture out in the country, but one day she fell into the canal and floated down to the city where she could see all the exciting city things Pieter the horse had told her about.

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Review: The Cow Who Fell in the Canal

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This is a sweet story with lovely illustrations. My 3yo loves it. Its main theme is the wish to see a world beyond your borders and how travel enriches with its memories. A good text for Global Education or teaching about countries in the EU. Read full review

Review: The Cow Who Fell in the Canal

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My childhood book. LOVE the illustrations, they're just wonderful. Black pen and watercolour in alternating pages. Fabulous story about a cow who wants more to life than just eating and making cheese. Her escapade is thrilling and we all get to enjoy Holland with her. Read full review

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