Hana, the No-Cow Wife

Hana the No Cow Wife None

  • Title: Hana, the No-Cow Wife
  • Author: Pat Bagley Will Terry
  • ISBN: 9780875797144
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1 thought on “Hana, the No-Cow Wife”

    1. Just as overdone as Johnny Lingo, only with an updated moral. But I loved the picture of the handsome boyfriends and their cows in matching sunglasses, and that Kona's cow (who is drawn with disturbingly large eyes) gets to be the heroine. I also liked that when Hana learned her lesson the rest of the islanders stayed just as shallow and clueless, deciding that Hana and Kona are just really odd.

    2. Weeding the 300s and came across this. I'm LDS, so I HAD to read this! :-) A fun "sequel" to the Johnny Lingo story. There were some modern references that made me smile. I like that the point made at the beginning. I like that a friendship develops between the two and that Hana learns to see the person and not just the oddities. Don't we all need that for ourselves and toward others?

    3. Not bad, Pat Bagley. Not bad. Of course there's still the love-at-first-sight nonsense that I hate so much, but after that, the couple actually spends time together and gets to know each other before deciding to marry. And mostly I just like the fact that this book makes fun of the lameness of Johnny Lingo, even though it's not perfect itself.

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