The Cow Said Neigh: A Farm Story

A cow that neighs, a horse that quacks, a sheep that oinks – all characters in a new, fun and humorous tale of farm animals wondering if things might be just a bit better on the other side of the fence. The Cow Said Neigh!: A Farm Story is the first children’s book from performer, filmmaker and bestselling author Rory Feek, to be released October 2 via Thomas Nelson. Things go awry when a group of farm animals investigate what it feels like to switch places – much to their farmer’s surprise! Inspired by some of the animals on Feek’s own farm south of Nashville, The Cow Said Neigh! is destined to become a fast favorite of children and parents alike with an entertaining story by Feek and vivid illustrations from Bruno Robert.cow-said-neigh-pb-copy.png

About The Author:

Feek is a father to three daughters, a New York Times Bestselling author, and GRAMMY-winning singer and songwriter. He is most well-known as one-half of Joey+Rory, a country music duo he began with his wife, Joey. The couple captured the hearts of many as Rory chronicled their love story on his blog, as well as the birth of their daughter, Indiana, Joey’s cancer diagnosis and their preparation for her passing in March 2016. Since, he’s released a documentary, To Joey, With Love as well as two memoirs, This Life I Live: One Man’s Extraordinary, Ordinary Life and the Woman Who Changed It Forever (Thomas Nelson) and Once Upon a Farm: Lessons on Growing Love, Life, and Hope on a New Frontier. He lives on a farm south of Nashville with his youngest daughter, who is now four years old, where they garden vegetables, raise animals and live a simpler life.

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