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Milly Cow Gives Milk - Deborah Chancellor/Julia Groves
  • Age 3+
  • Size: 240 x 240 mm
  • Extent: 32pp
  • HB: £10.99: ISBN: 978-1-912650-52-1
  • Territory: World excluding USA & Can
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Milly Cow Gives Milk

Deborah Chancellor Click here for biography Meet the authorMeet the author

Julia Groves Click here for biography Meet the illustratorMeet the illustrator

A child follows a day in the life of Milly the cow, as she munches grass with her friends, drinks gallons of water, makes cow pats in the field, and visits the milking parlour with her farmer. Milly’s milk is made into butter, cheese and yoghurt.

Deborah Chancellor reads MILLY COW GIVES MILKDeborah Chancellor reads MILLY COW GIVES MILK

Praise for this book:

'A super book to share and a must–have for school libraries.' East Anglian Daily Times

'Ask a group of young children where milk comes from and if my experience is anything to go by, some of them will name a supermarket. Now here’s a simple picture book, the first of a series, that goes right back to grass roots.' Red Reading Hub

'This book is brilliant in its simplicity and the end pages are not to be missed either. They not only provide some additional information about cows and milk but there is also a fun activity where readers are invited to follow the train to match the words and pictures. This would be an ideal book to support the EYFS curriculum and KS1 objectives – both at home and in the classroom.' Bookish Way to Play

'An enlightening and entertaining new picture book series which helps children to understand where their food comes from… and just how precious it is … Groves’ bright and stylish papercut art helps to underline the message that producing food is hard work, and that we must respect the animals and humans who produce it… and certainly not waste it! Message in a bottle for your little eco-warriors…' Wigan Today

'How much do young children really know about where their food comes from? This fact-filled story explores the journey of milk from cow to supermarket.' Library Girl and Book Boy

'A useful book to discuss when teaching children about food and where it comes from.' School Reading List (included in their feature on environment, climate change and eco topic books)



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