The children are now published artists because Penny Wolf, who lives nearby on the family farm with her husband, Joel, decided to create a children's book using the art created by the 2007-08 students of Morton County's Sweet Briar School, which last year had 11 students. This year, it has eight.
"A Cow Named Sue," Wolf's book, stars a Holstein who wears her "heart"on her forehead. Like all books, it has an organic history. "Sue" goes back 10 years to when the Wolfs' daughter, Tasha, (now Tasha Bohl) was a high school junior at New Salem, and was assigned a project: Create a poetry anthology.
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