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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Don’t wait until you become a Werecow to take care of your health. Grandpa loved the good life and was unapologetic about it. The sweet life comprised eating sugar, bad fats, donuts, and a sedentary lifestyle. He abhorred healthy living, and in time, his heart revolted. Grandpa’s heart vessels were overworked and refused to pump blood at some point. He could not walk short distances without breathing like a freight train. Then one day, Grandpa fell sick, and even though he gave up the dangerous lifestyle, it was too late. His heart stopped, and he landed in the hospital where something unexpected and extraordinary happened. Grandpa would never remain the same. Read My Grandpa is a Werecow by Mrs. D. to get the complete picture.
My Grandpa is a Werecow by Mrs. D. is a children’s picture storybook that went from very educative to bottom-of-my-heart hilarious. The author wrote the story with enough suspense to hold a child’s attention. This storybook also contained stunning pictures illustrated by the talented Saima Malik in the most attractive colors. I highly recommend this picture book for kids between two and eight years old because it teaches healthy living in the most relatable and fun way. Children are bright and copy the actions of adults in their environment. They see! So walk your talk. My Grandpa is a Werecow enlightens kids and adults that the body is like machinery that needs careful handling and maintenance. Feed it right and have regular checkups. If we don’t handle our bodies with respect, it will shut down on us like a machine! This story was fantastic, Mrs. D. Let’s catch them young!