How are we doing this? Well, we just wrote a book (OK, we had a little help). Proceeds go to great non-profit organizations and a little to our feed and care (we’ll try not to eat too much).
The Adventures of Pumpkin and Cookie: Cookie Doesn’t Want to Be a Goat is about Cookie’s quest to be somebody else, other than a goat. She is worried people think goats aren’t very smart and they just eat everything.
Cookie decides she wants to be a frog, bunny, butterfly or horse. Pumpkin stays strong in her belief she is happy to be a goat, until Cookie thinks of becoming a puppy. Oh no! Everyone LOVES puppies and they get to live in the house and take rides in the car!
But Pumpkin stands tall and declares her proclamation to be herself and be the best Pumpkin she can be! Cookie suddenly gets it and they both tell kids, “There’s only one you and only one me. So, let’s be the best us, the best we can be!”
The book comes with a bonus page of QR Codes that will take children directly to videos of Real-Life Journeys with Pumpkin and Cookie. 36 pages. Full color. For children of all ages (even big kids at heart).
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Pumpkin and Cookie
♥♥♥♥♥ An Instant Classic
By matthew barrett on April 29, 2014. A children s book with a pertinent message for everyone of all ages.The adventures of pumpkin and cookie is light hearted but with a serious message everyone should take to heart , we are all unique and should be happy with who we are not try to be something we are not. The author gets this across with a beautiful story and pictures sure to please eveyone .I highly recommend this book for children and everyone of all ages.
♥♥♥♥♥ Great message and gorgeous graphics – a book loved by kids AND adults
By Kris Harty on April 27, 2014. All of us – kid or adult – have, at one point or anther, not wanted to be who we are. Sherri Connell’s first children’s book addresses the topic with understanding, clarity, heart, warmth and wit. Sherri is not only a long-time artist but also an excellent writer. She has an ear for how kids (and animals!) might think, talk, and reason. Her graphics are unique and unmistakable. Based on photos of she and husband Wayne’s own goats, the pictures in this book are a treasure in themselves. Sherri uses her own unique artistic graphic overlay to create beautiful and captivating images that will charm adults and kids. This may be a children’s book, but I know plenty of adults who may need a reminder – simply, eloquently and gently told – of how and why their lives and their roles in those lives are exactly as they’re supposed to be. Get this book for the kids in your life who you love – just because – and an extra copy for yourself.
♥♥♥♥♥ A message we should never forget!! God Bless our children!
By Ronald G Mitchell on May 18, 2014. I purchased five of The Adventures of Pumpkin and Cookie by Sherri Connell. I gave them to my great grand children. I wasn’t sure about the reaction to the story, but I am very pleased that the parents of these children all were very pleased and happy with the story, the graphics and especially the chance to see these goats by clicking on the web site at the end of the book. Here the children can see the goats in action. I am a retired teacher and I recommend the book, it’s message and the videos to reinforce the idea that these are real goats. You will be reading this book over and over by request. We are special and we need to convey that to our children.
♥♥♥♥♥ wonderful book
By Mstewart on April 30, 2014. My kids loved this book and so did I. Raising goats myself I know how curious, fun, and loving goats are. I would recommend this book for anyone who enjoys animals.
♥♥♥♥♥I love Pumpkin, Cookie and Snickers!
Seven year old Czarina’s grandma had been showing her videos of us (Pumpkin and Cookie) when she came to visit. When our book, The Adventures of Pumpkin and Cookie became available, Grandma ordered it! Czarina came for a visit this weekend and was so thrilled, she wanted to say, thank you!
Grandma said, “When she came over I said, ‘Remember the videos of the goats? They now have a book!’ She said, ‘You mean Pumpkin and Cookie?’ Too cute! She loved it! She loved all the clips especially Snickers and the celery. Wish I could of taped her smiles watching the videos and all the ‘Awww’s!”