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Shvoong Home>Books>Children & Youth>Cappuccina Goes to Town Review

Cappuccina Goes to Town

Book Review   by:Innereye     Original Authors: Mary Ann Smith; Katie Smith Millway; Eugenie Fernandes (Illustrations)
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Cappuccina is a white cow with black spots living in the country. She spends her days eating and dreaming, watching people driving by heading for town. Cappuccina wants to go to town, she thinks that being a person is more interesting than being a cow.

So she goes to town and decides to act as woman on a shopping spree. She wants to get some shoes but none fit her because she has hooves. Leaving the shoe store, she enters a hat shop but then again she can't wear any because of her horns. And neither a dress would fit because of her tail. She finally gets a blue ribbon tied on her tail. She then runs back home where she knows she truly belongs.

This is a very colorful book, a must read.

Published: October 22, 2010   
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