Milk - Yogurt - Cheese

Brown Cow, Green Grass, Yellow Mellow Sun, by Ellen Jackson (First Hyperion Paperback edition, 1977)
--a boy learns about colors at the farm.

Calico Cows, by Arlene Dubanevich (Puffin Books, )
--cows do not know what to do with Bertha.

Counting Cows, by Woody Jackson (Harcourt Brace & Company, 1995)
--count cows from 10 to 0.

Dem Bones, by Bob Barner (Chronicle Books,1996)
--African American Spiritual sung to learn anatomy, rhyme, and language.

From Cow to Carton, by Aliki (HarperCollins Publishers 1974,1992)
--Learn how cows live and are milked and how the milk gets to market.

Grandpa's Teeth, by Rod Clement, (HarperCollins Publishers, 1997 )
--Grandpa's teeth disappear from a glass of water.  Officer Rate has the whole town under investigation .

How Now, Brown Cow, by Alice Schertle (Voyager Books, Harcourt Brace & Co., 1994)
--poems about cows on the farm.

In the Time of the Dinosaurs, by Joanna Cole & Bruce Degen, (Scholastic Inc, 1994)
--ride the Magic School Bus to learn about dinosaurs, fossils, and bones.

Incredible Skeleton Secrets, by Angela Wilkes (A SnapshotTM Book, NY, 1994)
-- Study the skeletons of many families - elephant, monkey, human beings, and many more.

It looked Like Spilt Milk,, by Particia Polacco and Charles G. Shaw (Harper Collins, 1947)

Little Rabbit's Loose Tooth, by Lucy Bate(Dragonfly Books, 1975)
--losing a tooth.

Might Dinosaurs, by Judith Simpson (Time Life Cooks, 1996)
-- the age of dinosaurs, how their teeth grew, and the bones in the skeleton.

Milk From Cow to Carton, by Aliki (HarperCollins Publishers, 1974, 1992)
-- Learn how a cow produces milk, how the milk is processed in a dairy, and how various dairy products are made from milk.

My Loose Tooth, by Stephen Krensky, (Random House, New York, 1999)
--a young child describes in rhyme what it's like to have a loose tooth.

No Milk, by Jennifer A. Ericsson (Tambourine Books, 1993)
--A city boy milks a cow.

No Moon, No Milk, by Chris Babcock(Crown Pub Inc, 1993)
--a cow goes to the moon.

Super Snoop Sam Snout and the Case of the Yogurt-Poker, by Anne LeMieus (Avon books, 1994)
--a juvenile detective story.

The Glow-In-The-Dark Book of Human Skeletons, by Michael Novak (Random House, 1997)
--human skeleton parts glow.

The Milk Maker, by Gail Gibson(Macmillan Pub, 1987)
--cows on the farm.

The Skeleton Inside You, by Philip Balestrino(Harper-Collins Pub 1989)
--how the skeleton works in different activities.

The Tiny, Tiny Boy and the Big, Big Cow, by Nancy Van Laan (Alfred A. Knopf, NY,  1993)
-- an adaptation of a Scotish Folk Tale about a bit cow that would not stand still.

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