Friday Frenzy: Pew! The Stinky and Legen-Dairy Gift from Colonel Thomas S. Meacham

How do you take your cheese?

Like, are you a cheddar girl, or do you prefer your cheese stout enough to get up and walk around the room a time or two?

I’m definitely both. If you call it cheese, I want to eat it, ha!

Want to know what else I want to do?

Tell you about this soon-to-be published children’s picture book about none other than one of the stinkiest cheeses ever, that’s what!

I mean, what’s not to love…

Legend-Dairy (this cracks me up!) History? Check!

Red Barns & Moo Cows? Check! Check! (And, yes, I call them moo cows, quit judging!)

Aged Cheese Circles the size of your car? Check!

Chesapeake Bay Sailing Schooner? Check!

White House Escapade? Check!

Lovely, engaging illustrations? Check!

Cute Little Mouse? Check!

Little Known Cheese-Fact Tidbits? Check!

Cheeky Humor? Check!

Written by one of the nicest, most talented authors I know? Checky-Check-Check!

Yep! This one has it all. But you’ll have to wait until March 15 (Publishing Day!) to get your hands on one. I was lucky enough to be able to read this udder-ly wonderful tale a bit early, and well, let me just say, I’ve been on a cheese kick ever since.

But since you can’t share in the reading of this book just yet, I have created a collage of cheesy goodies inspired by this historic tale that I know you will enjoy. It’s like eye candy for story lovers like me. The bubble to my gum. The polka to my dot. The stink to my cheese…

Anybody else itching to don one of those frilly colonial frocks while eating the stankiest piece of cheese they can find?

If you answered yes, YOU are my people!

Don’t forget to pre-order your copy of PEW! The Stinky And Legen-Dairy Gift From Colonel Thomas S. Meacham by clicking on the title link.

Visit author Cathy Stefanec Ogren‘s website by clicking here.

Why let the fun end now? Head over to Pinterest where PEW! has its very own board dedicated to all things cow, milk, historic, cheese…you know, PEW!

GO! RUN! Get your cheese’n on!

One Comment Add yours

  1. This is such a clever post! Thank you for sharing your thoughts about my stinky book!

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