Fresh and cold, foaming from a carton or bottle, milk is one of nature s most nutritious foods For this, we must thank the milk makers In The Milk Makers, Gail Gibbons begins with the cow, describing its four stomach method of producing milk, how it is milked on a modern dairy farm, and then how milk is transported to a dairy plant, processed, and loaded onto refrigerated trucks with other dairy products for delivery to stores Step by step, Gail Gibbons s clear, carefully researched text and crisply colorful pictures tell the wonderful story of milk....
|Title||:||The Milk Makers|
|Publisher||:||Atheneum Books for Young Readers First Printing edition March 1, 1985|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
|File Size||:||571 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Milk Makers Reviews
We love Gail Gibbons books on any subject. This book is no exception. I am using it along with Milk: From Cow to Carton (Let's Read and Find Out) as suggested by Memoria Press for their Science Enrichment Curriculum. Just as with all Gibbons books, it is a very informative book with great illustrations. We read this book and then visited a local dairy farm that has an ice cream parlor on the farm.
This was so helpful in teaching my son about the process of milk. He is 5 and we homeschool and he had been asking me for quite a while how it all worked. My 3 year old also read this with us although it didn't quite keep his attention.
My 2.2 years old daughter really loves this book. It's entertaining and educating.
Bought it for 1 year old grandchild but daddy actually enjoys it most. It was his favorite book as a child. It is very informative. Great pictures!
A very educational book to teach young children about dairy farming. I haven't found another book like this!
granddaughter loves it
Books, you can never have too many books. Especially in a school setting. School, classroom and home.....the more the better