Newest publication "Clover: The Cow That Didn't Think She Was a Cow" from Fulton Books author Kathleen Lombardo is a true story about being different. Katie loves cows, so her parents decide to give her a cow named Clover for Christmas.
New York, NY, December 29, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Kathleen Lombardo grew up in Jamestown, New York, but now resides in Gerry, New York. She is a teacher at a public school and an instructor at a junior college. She loves teaching and helping people. She is also an avid animal activist. She was inspired to write this book in memory of her loving pet cow Clover. Kathleen Lombardo, pubic school teacher and college instructor, has completed her most recent book “Clover: The Cow That Didn't Think She Was a Cow”: a story about a little girl and her not-so-usual pet.
“As the years went by, Clover grew and grew. And it wasn’t long until Clover outgrew her little shed. You see, Clover never saw another cow before and she could not understand when they tried to put her in the barn with the other cows. She would not go in.” -- Kathleen Lombardo
Published by Fulton Books, Kathleen Lombardo’s book shows it is okay to be different, because everyone is different in some way.
“Clover: The Cow That Didn’t Think She Was a Cow” is a heartfelt, and true, story about a girl and her pet cow. It is a story made possible thanks to many people. This extraordinary story is about a nineteen-and-a-half-year friendship that developed between a girl and a not-so-usual pet.
Clover does not think she is a cow. Clover enjoys going for walks, eating corn chips, and playing in the yard with Katie and her dogs. “Clover: The Cow That Didn't Think She Was a Cow” is the story of the love Katie and Clover shared. It is the story of the bond that no one could break. It is a story that will touch the hearts of readers.
Readers who wish to experience this heartwarming work can purchase “Clover: The Cow That Didn't Think She Was a Cow” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books