Mr. Kaboodelboo

Mr. Kaboodelboo

by Mr. Reuben Edgar Streich

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Overview

A Collection of Short Stories about a farmer named Mr. Kaboodelboo, written and illustrated by a dairy farmer in rural Minnesota. Stories include Mr. Kaboodelboo and the Big Fat Dog on the Farm (meet the Kaboodelboo family and their neighbor), The Lost Baby (find out what happens when a little elephant follows a butterfly and gets separated from his mother), "Old Three Toes" (this story solves the mystery of missing eggs and honey and brings a community together), Fay the Fawn (learn how the Kaboodelboo family helped an injured fawn and the importance of caring for our pets), and, finally, learn how everyone benefits from the simplest things when the Kaboodelboos take in "The Sad Little Christmas Tree."

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781514622629
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/10/2014
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

REUBEN E. STREICH grew up on a dairy farm in rural Minnesota. His grandfathers and great-grandfathers were also dairy farmers. At the age of 21, Reuben began his own farm with 6 dairy cows he milked by hand. Eighty acres of oats, corn and hay were farmed for feed for the cattle. Reuben farmed for over 60 years, and animals on the farm included Holstein dairy cattle, horses, pigs, chickens, and always dogs and cats. Reuben is currently "Retirement Farming" 40 acres of corn, oats and hay. In addition, he rents out the pasture for heifers and steer young stock to graze. When not taking care of the farm and machinery, Reuben enjoys fishing, puzzles and family.

Mr. Kaboodelboo came about when Reuben and Joan's five children were young, he would tell them stories - something different each night. These short stories revolved around the farmer character
Mr. Kaboodelboo and his Big Fat Dog. Together they helped neighbors, handled machinery problems, and rebuilt buildings blown down in storms. Remembering his childhood, the stories always involved taking care of animals and assisting neighbors. Reuben hopes the stories will continue to be an encouragement for children to help others, and reflect the two greatest commandments - to love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul and mind, and to love your neighbor as yourself.

Reuben and Joan Streich are blessed with five children and eight grandchildren.

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