When Bluebell sang / by Lisa Campbell Ernst.
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- ISBN: 9780027335613
- ISBN: 0027335615
- Physical Description: 36 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
- Edition: First American edition.
- Publisher: New York : Bradbury Press, 
- Copyright: ©1989
Bluebell the cow's talent for singing brings her stardom but she soon longs to be back at the farm--if she can get away from her greedy manager.
Gr 1-4 -- When Farmer Swenson discovers that his cow, Bluebell, is a gifted singer, he takes her to town where everyone can enjoy her beautiful voice. Enter Big Eddie, an unscrupulous talent agent who signs Swenson and Bluebell to a month's concert tour. After all, Swenson could use the money and Bluebell is agreeable despite misgivings over her new wardrobe. Overnight Bluebell becomes a star! With a success on his hands Big Eddie has no intention of honoring his agreement. However, homesick Bluebell and Swenson manage quite ingeniously to outsmart the wily impresario. The pastel-hued, cartoon-like illustrations are humorous without being silly. The text, which appears opposite the illustrations, is decorated with drawings of Bluebell's mementos--photos, tickets and posters--which add to the fun. An amusing, lighthearted tale ideal for early grades story hours, and also an enjoyable read-alone for third and fourth graders. --Phyllis G. Sidorsky, National Cathedral School, Washington, D.C. - School Library Journal (04/01/1989)
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Accelerated Reader LG 3.5 0.5 5497
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|Subject:||Cows > Fiction.
|Genre:||Picture books for children.