- Imprint: Abrams Noterie
- Publication Date: September 13, 2016
- Price: $12.95
- Trim Size: 5 x 7
- ISBN: 1-4197-2212-3
- EAN: 9781419722127
- Page Count: 168
- Illustrations: one-color illustrations throughout
- Format: Paperback
- Rights: World English
New York Times bestselling authors, Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld return with an illustrated love note for your nearest and dearest, filled with moo-ving declarations uttered by one adorable cow.
Like their New York Times bestseller I Wish You More, this humorous book is both an uplifting gift book for adults and a heartfelt picture book for children. “Moo-ooh baby, I sure do love you” is the opening line, narrated by a spotted cow drawn in simple emotive brushstrokes that are a Lichtenheld signature. “I love you every which way . . . good moo-d, bad moo-d, weepy moo-d, weird moo-d,” the cow continues in a string of bovine puns: “I also love pizza, but that’s a moo-t point.” Drawn primarily in black and white on brown craft paper, the illustrations are simple, sophisticated, and appealing to all types of readers and all kinds of relationships—the gender- and race-neutral cow is the perfect proxy for all of us.
A wonderful valentine for a sweetheart, a loving gift for a grandparent, or a read-aloud message to a child, Holy Cow conveys deep feelings of affection and appreciation with the lighthearted humor for which the children’s book bestselling duo Rosenthal and Lichtenheld are known.
About the author
Amy Krouse Rosenthal is the author of more than 30 books. Her titles for children include Little Pea, Duck! Rabbit!, I Wish You More, Spoon, and Cookies. She is also the creator of a line of bestselling guided journals, including The Belly Book, My Birthday Book. Amy is a contributor to the TED conference and NPR. She lives with her family in Chicago.
Tom Lichtenheld is the illustrator and author of more than 20 books, including New York Times bestsellers Goodnight Goodnight Construction Site, Steam Train Dream Train, Stick and Stone, and I Wish You More. He lives with his wife in Nixon Township, Illinois.