Category: Where’s My Cow?

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In the middle was a large book, taller than Rob and filled with colorful pictures. It was quite muddy from its journey down into the mound. Rob had been challenged. For years he’d thought himself to be a hero, and then the hag o’ hags has said he wasna, no’ really. Weel, you couldn’t argue wi’ the hag o’ hags, but he wuz goin’ to rise tae the challenge, oh aye, so he wuz, or his name wasna Rob Anybody.
“Where’s mah coo?” he read. “Is that mah coo? It gaes cluck! It is a… a… chicken! It is no’ mah coo! An’ then there’s this wee paintin’ o’ a couple o’ chickens. That’s another page, right?”
“It is indeed, Rob,” said Billy Bigchin.
There was a cheer from the assembled Feegles as Rob ran around the book, waving his hands in the air.

– starting with the classics |
Terry Pratchett, Wintersmith

– Melvyn Grant, Where’s My Cow?

– Melvyn Grant, Where’s My Cow?

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“Where’s my daddy? Is that my daddy? It goes: ‘I arrest you in the name of the Law!’ That’s my daddy!”
“Law,” yawned Young Sam, falling asleep.
“That’s my boy,” said Sam Vimes, as he tucked him in.

– Terry Pratchett, Where’s My Cow?

– Sybil checks in | Melvyn Grant, Where’…

– Sybil checks in | Melvyn Grant, Where’s My Cow?

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So he said to Young Sam: “If you lose your cow you should report this to the Watch under the Domestic & Farmyard Animals (Lost) Act of 1809. They will swing into action with keenness and speed. Your cow will be found. If it has been impersonating other animals, it may be arrested.”

– the special Sam Vimes edition | Terry Pratchett, Where’s My Cow?

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The story went like this:

Where’s my cow?
Is that my cow?
It goes “Baa!”
It is a sheep!
That’s not my cow!

Sam Vimes was good at being a sheep.

– The story beings | Terry Pratchett, Where’s My Cow?

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The book was called Where’s My Cow?
Young Sam loved the book. It was the most chewed book in the world.
It was about someone who had lost his cow.
And Sam Vimes was good at doing the noises.

– on The Book | Terry Pratchett, Where’s My Cow?

Where’s My Cow? endpaper | Melvyn Grant, Where…

Where’s My Cow? endpaper | Melvyn Grant, Where’s My Cow?

a very special book

a very special book

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“Would a minute have mattered? No, probably not, although his young son appeared to have a very accurate internal clock. Possibly even 2 minutes would be okay. Three minutes, even. You could go to five minutes, perhaps. But that was just it. If you could go for five minutes, then you’d go to ten, then half an hour, a couple of hours…and not see your son all evening. So that was that. Six o’clock, prompt. Every day. Read to young Sam. No excuses. He’d promised himself that. No excuses. No excuses at all.”

– Terry Pratchett – Thud

HAPPY FATHERS DAY EVERYONE

Celebrating with some Great Dad Sam Vimes!!

And Shout out to my dad for being awesome and still exercising his embarrassing parent skills on a regular basis!

I hope great father’s everywhere have an awesome day and embrace their inner Sam Vimes with gusto!!

“Where’s my daddy? Is that my daddy? He goes "Buggrit! Millennium hand and shrimp!” That’s Foul ‘Ole Ron! That’s not my daddy!“