[Ebook] ↠ Audrey Author Dan Bar-el – Writerscompany.co.uk

Audrey Is A Cow With Poetry In Her Blood, Who Yearns For The Greener Pastures Beyond Bittersweet Farms But When Roy The Horse Tells This Bovine Dreamer That She Is Headed For Abbot S War, The Slaughter House, Audrey Knows That She Must Leave Her Home And Friends Sooner Than She Ever Imagined With The Help Of A Whole Crew Of Animals And Humans Alike, Audrey Attempts To Escape The Farm She Lives On And Certain Death Cleverly Written As An Oral Account, This Unique Illustrated Tale Of An Animal On The Run, Told To Camera , Uses Over Thirty Narrative Voices, Including Six Humans, Four Cows, Three Sheep, Two Sheep Dogs, One Pig And A Very Silly Rooster Full Of Heart And Humor, Audrey Cowis Ultimately A Very Human Story About Life And Death, Friendship, And Holding On To One S Dreams Based Or Less On A True Story. Audrey


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10 thoughts on “Audrey

  1. says:

    I m going ahead and rating this five stars because I absolutely loved it The fact that it was inspired by a true story of a cow escaping the slaughterhouse is just wonderful and has prompted me to find a farm sanctuary close to home to donate to The animal voices that narrate this story are fun and the illustrations are adorable Do judge this book by it s cover because it is just as cute as it looks Per..


  2. says:

    After reading the first half, I thought I would never share this book with my grade 4 students Would it not be traumatic to read about a dinner cow trying to escape her one way trip to Abbat War But then the seco...


  3. says:

    Nearly five stars Loved this cute adventure told through the different animals viewpoints.


  4. says:

    The story of Audrey, the cow, is most suitable for young readers ages 8 to 12 but its sweet illustrations, descriptive often poetic writing and unusual format make it a story which readers of all ages will enjoy.Audrey wants to escape from her life on the farm and from the inevitability of the slaughterhouse She wants to be free and do as she pleases The story of her plan and escape is told using a documentary lik


  5. says:

    One of my guilty reading and movie watching pleasures are stories of animals from the animal s perspective Many people don t like it when animals are anthropomorphized, but I think it s fun, and I ve read seen some great animal stuff I discovered this book at work and it was right up my alley I didn t care for the interview format of the book, but the story was fun and had a lot of memorable characters Eddie was one


  6. says:

    This book was just so cute and funny and sweet It was very poetic and I couldn t help but love and root for Audrey I think that the multiple points of were interesting and each character had a different personality although I would have wished he used different...


  7. says:

    I typically stick to YA novels mostly because I enjoy them far , but when I joined my schools Red Cedar Book club a club in which you read 5 ornovels from December to April all by Canadian authors I was attracted to this book the most And I m so glad I did This book was ador...


  8. says:

    My husband read this aloud because he does fantastic narrative voices I think if I would have read this myself it could have been a bit long winded but with different voices, it had a Creature Comforts effect and was quite enjoyable.


  9. says:

    A fun, cute little book


  10. says:

    Did this as a read aloud with grade 3 4 students It started out slow and difficult for them to follow, but as we got into the book they really enjoyed it.


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