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Library : Book Reviews > Cows In The Kitchen

Cows In The Kitchen
by June Crebbin
Illustrat
ared by: Katharine McEwen

Review by: Christa J Koch
Owner/ Operator of www.preschooleducation.com

      "Cows in the kitchen Moo Moo Moo." What's a farmer to do? Tom Farmer has fallen asleep in the haystack. Well, like they say when the farmer is away the animals shall play!
      Cows, ducks, pigs, hens, sheep, all invade the farm house in this excellent and repetitive story. Everything from "cows in the kitchen" to "hens in the hat rack". "Cause that's what we do Tom Farmer." The sleepy farmer is finally awoke and shoos the animals from the house. The sleepy farmer again falls fast asleep, but this time in the armchair. The mischievous animals return again and playfully pounce on Tom Farmer. "Cause that's what we do Tom Farmer."
     This story has no set tune, but has a rhythmic beat in the words which is rounded out by the animal sounds. The story can also be read to the tune of "skip to my Lou".
     The illustrations perfectly depict the chaos the animals create. The double-page spread illustrations are done in watercolor and pencil. They are packed full of bright, eye catching, busy details. Which adds to the hilarity of this story. Your children will find something new in the illustrations each time they look through the book. (And they will look through it over and over.) There is also a cute mouse that wonders through the whole book. It makes for a fun game of "Where's the mouse?". (Like where is Waldo?)
      I recommend this books for preschool children ages 3-5.

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