A compilation of short stories a few pages each, this book is nice for someone who is short on time. You can pick this book up to read a quick tale and then put it away for months. When you pick it up, you won't have to worry about remembering characters or events since each story is unique. Many of the stories revolve around farm animals, tractors, the dairy business, family lessons, and such. My personal favorites are the animal stores, especially the one where cows play with fish in their water bins in a cute fashion. There are also stories of hunting and trapping animals. They are not written in graphic detail, but there is a photo of a skinned fox included. There is also a story of the author overcoming pornography. For these reasons, I would not suggest this as a book suitable for very young readers. Additionally, it should be noted that this book has Christian undertones.
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