"Readers will delight in the frolicsome humor of cheese turning up in the strangest places. The funny, spirited illustrations, well executed in watercolors, will make children chuckle, especially the one of the farmer talking to his attentive cow, Pixie. Large enough for reading aloud, and well suited to doing so."
School Library Journal
"Cheerful watercolors show the, er, whey to creamy giggles and guffaws."
"Bryant chronicles the town's enchantment and its subsequent revitalization in detail, meticulously tinted watercolors: she pays tribute to the old-fashioned joys of rural life, and every picture bubbles with a spunky, homespun energy."
"Chipper watercolors featuring comically solid, well-feed country folks in exaggerated postures animate this already silly tale. Pixie's eyes are appropriately soulful and knowing for a cow and Bryant manages to give her a surprisingly graceful posture in flight..."
The Bulletin of the Center for Children's books
"Lots of cheese jokes appear, and the sense of humor is carried wonderfully into the art. This is a winner."