Cow jumped over the moon art
How the Cow Jumped Over the Moon by Sally HussI write childrens books to help uplift children, especially during these difficult times. Children need good habits, tools and skills to face the challenges they will meet in order to remain positive, happy, healthy, and productive throughout their lives.
As a King Features syndicated author, I have been creating positive and inspirational messages, called Happy Musings,for newspapers in the U.S. and Canada for many years. This has led to my writing and illustrating a great number of uplifting books for both adults and children. Along with my writing and illustrating, through the years I have created collections of wallpaper for children, baby bibs, t-shirt designs, and a vast number of prints and original art for childrens rooms.
As you can see from the title of this book, it is the fourth in a line of books titled Happy Childrens Series This series covers:
*THE MERMAID TEA PARTY (about Kindness and Manners) http://amzn.to/L04JrH
*THE LITTLE LEPRECHAUN WHO LOVED YELLOW! (about Following Your Heart) http://amzn.to/KQHC1K
* THE SECRET (Manners and Saying Please) http://amzn.to/RUHto5
In this book youll meet a very stubborn, bored, and uninspired cow. She is steadfast in her determination not to try something new. She is amusingly invited to join one animal after the next in an adventure with them, but sticks to her old habits. It is not until a chicken encourages her to jump over the moon that she decides to change her ways.
All in rhyme, and all with a smile, this story is one to delight every child, and subtly spark the spirit of adventure within them. It emphasizes the importance of trying something new -- to be adventurous -- in the most whimsical way.
-- Charmingly illustrated in bright and happy colors.
-- Your child will want to read along and encourage the young the cow to try something. Great fun!
Those who delight in the books of Dr. Seuss, Sandra Boyton, the Bernsteins, Mo Willems, and Laura Numeroff will love HOW THE COW JUMPED OVER THE MOON. This is a wonderful bedtime story your child will want to read again and again.
If this sounds like something youd like to explore further, click on the cover of the book to look Inside the Book.
Cow Jumped Over The Moon Art
I made this nursery quilt back in , when we were having another hot August. It was entirely done by hand. The one thing I stopped short of doing were the hand-embroidered eyes and nostrils on the cow, and my hand-embroidered signature. This is what I finished over the weekend. It is a glorious thing to behold really, so colorful and cheerful.
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The past few days had me worried that I was regressing into childhood because a quaint nursery rhyme often relegated to the nonsense verse genre kept coming to the mind. There is more to follow by a little dog, laughing and watching the fun, and the dish running away with the spoon. Perhaps the echoes of this rhyme returned when a city artist put up the pictures of his paintings of cow and the cowherd on the social media, inviting suggestions that how should he disown these works that he had painted years ago. He was in a predicament how to do so because the works were no longer in his collection. All this was a bit puzzling that why would the painter wanted to disown such lyrical works, reminiscent of Krishna playing flute to gather the bovine creatures. I pondered over it for a while — the tubelight that I am — till it finally dawned upon me that it was being said with sarcasm. An artist, Siddharth Kararwal, had attempted to show his artistry by hoisting the Styrofoam sculpture of a cow with a hot air balloon at the height of 50 feet.