From Calf to Cow

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Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Support popular childrens' studies of animals, the farm, pets, and even human development with birth-to-reproduction life cycle resources. Large photos and easy text describe how animals move, feed, grow, use their senses, and reproduce. Opening with a newborn animal, each title follows a creature's growth and development to adulthood. The role of a caregiver-farmer, veterinarian, or owner-underscores the need for special care and gentle handling.

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User Review  - ShelbiJL - LibraryThing

From Calf to Cow is a wonderful nonfiction book for kindergarteners. Although it is geared to third grade independent readers, the language is very accessible for kindergarteners when being read to. The real-life pictures of newborn calves and milking machines keep the students interested. Read full review

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User Review  - ShelbiJL - LibraryThing

From Calf to Cow is a wonderful nonfiction book for kindergarteners. Although it is geared to third grade independent readers, the language is very accessible for kindergarteners when being read to. The real-life pictures of newborn calves and milking machines keep the students interested. Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Jillian Powell started writing when she was very young. She loved having a giant pad of paper and some pens or crayons in front of her. She made up newspaper stories about jewel thieves and spies. Jillian's parents still have her early stories, complete with crayon illustrations!

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