Buttermilk Hollow is about to become a victim of big business. People are moving away, and the farmers might sell their land to a factory. Suddenly, dairy products pop up in unusual spots — under pillows, in bathtubs, and in the shape of elegant Swiss cheese formal wear. The “For Sale” signs disappear. But who is the fairy godmother?
A Best Children’s Book of the Year — Bank Street College
This fairy tale milks cow jokes for all they are worth, acting as a vocabulary-expander in cow’s clothing — Booklist