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There's a Cow in the Kitchen

There's a Cow in the Kitchen
There's a Cow in the Kitchen
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Pages: 
32
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Could there really be a cow in the kitchen making all that mess? Watch in amazement along with a young child as one talented cow from the stables comes inside to bake a birthday surprise for the farmer.In this book, artist Maggie Weir also shares the experience of designing the illustrations for this book together with a third-grade class in Wisconsin, along with more ideas for helping kids get empowered with the creative activity of writing and illustrating their own stories.There's a book in every child!

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Pages: 32
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-936172-20-7
Categories: Imagination, Mother Nature, Poetry
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: young author, cow, art, kitchen
Date Added: June 16, 2013
Berlin Lemont  by Susan F Smith Printed in the United States of America All rights reserved This publication is protected by Copyright and permission should be obtained from the publisher prior to any prohibited reproduction storage in a retrieval system or transmission in any form or by any means electronic mechanical photocopying recording or likewise Published by Eifrig Publishing PO Box Berry Street Lemont PA  USA Knobelsdorffstr Berlin Germany For information regarding permission write to Rights and Permissions Department Eifrig Publishing LLC PO Box Berry Street Lemont PA  USA permissionseifrigpublishingcom Library of Congress Control Number Smith Susan Fernald  Theres a Cow in the Kitchen by Susan F Smith illustrated by Maggie Weir and the ThirdGrade Class at Southern Door School Sturgeon Bay WI p cm Paperback ISBN Hardcover ISBN I Weir Maggie ill II Title Theres a Cow in the Kitchen       Printed on acidfree paper To my four fabulous grandkids Casie Safi Saede and Eliot S F S To the talented kids in the  thirdgrade class at Southern Door School who helped inspire create and review the illustrations M W Theres a cow in the kitchen I said to myself Theres a cow in the kitchen Reaching up to the shelf    I peeked in the door When I got home from school And there was a cow With her feet on our stool  Did she come in a window The chimney or door There are hoofprints I see On the clean kitchen floor