Milk!: Life on a Dairy Farm
Cows create milk, in fact, approximately eight gallons of milk a day. This book explains the lengthy process of getting the milk from the cow to our refrigerator in the form of delicious dairy products like yogurt and ice cream. Colorful photographs accompany easy-to-follow text and create a journey for milk mustached readers as they explore some new aspects of farm life.
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WELCOME TO MY FARM
WHAT DO COWS EAT?
CARING FOR THE CALVES
ALWAYS BUSY ON THE FARM
WE LOVE MILK
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