Thursday, October 14, 2010

Today I am a ReviewGoat: Goat Health Care by Cheryl Smith

As you saw yesterday I was reading a book.
I don't read too many books because well, usually I eat books.
Burp!
They taste very good you know. You should try one!



But this book was of interest to me because it was about goats.
I am a goat!
It is all about Goat Health Care. It is written by a woman named Cheryl K. Smith and guess what?!
She has Nigerian dwarf goats just like me and most of the herd here at the Happy Goats Farm.
Isn't that cool?

She publishes a magazine called Ruminations.
I should maaaa at her. I am an expert at ruminating.
Maybe she needs a new reporter.


But back to the book.
I enjoyed reading it. So did the publicist
It is full of great information for anyone looking to learn all 
about MY favorite subject - goats.
It is easy to read and written in a way that is easy to understand even if you don't know
anything about goats. Although I don't know how anyone could not know anything about goats!


I was reading the section about after kidding so I could teach Sarah how to be a good
Nanny. She is being somewhat forgetful about Brewster and I think she needs a little
reminder that she is a mother.


So if any of you are thinking about getting goats - an idea that I think is brilliant and I wonder why you haven't gotten some of us already - or if you want a good reference book
for your goat library I recommend Goat Health Care to you.






But don't eat it because then you can't look up all the good information.
The author also wrote Raising Goats for Dummies - I will not comment on the publicist and
this subject.


I still want my treats.
I am no dummy!


Disclosure: I was sent a copy of this nice book to eat read. I told you what I thought about it. I was honest. I was not paid for telling you what I thought although the publicist did give me some apples today. But she also gave me apples yesterday.

8 comments:

  1. I hope that book tells goats how to lay an egg! I really think that is a much better way to have babies than the traditional way, you know. I'm so glad you are a review goat, Pricilla! We can all learn much from you.

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  2. Pricilla -- I always knew you were a smart goat, but now I know you're a genius!

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  3. That sounds like a very good book to learn more about goats! We're glad you got apples because that was a great review Pricilla!

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  4. You should review more books, Pricilla - after all, you are a goat expert (being a goat), so obviously you know what you are maaaaing about.

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  5. I'm not so sure the neighbors would like it if I brought goats around!

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  6. That looks like a great book Pricilla.Thanks for that excellent review. Our Mom needs to get that one. We have a Nigerian dwarf goat too and he is the very bestest goat there is. Take care and have a super day.

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  7. Thats cool! How do I get books to review? I'll let the other doe turn the pages if I, er I mean she doesn't eat it first

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  8. I think this looks like a good book for my human. Then she wouldn't ask me about all the health issues. We have Meg that tends to forget her babies.

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Maaaaaa away....

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