Cows in the Kitchen by June Crebbin
  

Cows in the Kitchen

Written by June Crebbin
Illustrated by Katharine McEwen

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Synopsis

Cows in the Kitchen by June Crebbin

While Tom Farmer snoozes the animals are whooping it up in the farmhouse! Cows in the kitchen, moo, moo, moo. Ducks on the dresser, quack, quack, quack. Pigs in the pantry, oink, oink, oink...When Tom Farmer wakes up from his nap in the haystack he finds pandemonium in the farmhouse! Out of the farmhouse, shoo, shoo, shoo, he send the animals back to the yard. But it isn't long before Tom Farmer's fast asleep again - and the cows, the ducks, the pigs, the hens and the sheep come creeping back into the farmhouse to have some more fun! Adapted from the traditional nonsense song, this rambustious picture book is perfect for reading - or singing - aloud!

About the Author

June Crebbin was a primary school teacher before taking early retirement to concentrate on her writing. Her books for children include The Train Ride (9780744547016), illustrated by Stephen Lambert, and the popular series of stories about Merryfield Hall riding school: Jumping Beany (9781406305197), Saving Oscar (9781406301991) and Riding High (9781406311235). She lives in Leicestershire with her husband. Katharine McEwen is the illustrator of the highly acclaimed Gaskitts series, written by Allan Ahlberg. She also illustrated it Moved! (9781406304305), written by former Children's Laureate Anne Fine and My Dad, the Hero, written by Stella Gurney. She lives in Tonbridge.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 2+

Author

June Crebbin
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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

7th June 2010

ISBN

9781406326321


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