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by Katharine McEwen,June Crebbin
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Animals
  • Author:
    Katharine McEwen,June Crebbin
  • ISBN:
    0763606456
  • ISBN13:
    978-0763606459
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  • Publisher:
    Candlewick (August 5, 1998)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Animals
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  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    710
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Cows in the Kitchen Hardcover – August 5, 1998. Crebbin's clever pacing comes into play as the prankster animals sneak in with a "shhh, shhh, shhh," and pounce on the innocently dozing fellow.

Cows in the Kitchen Hardcover – August 5, 1998. by. June Crebbin (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. McEwen makes a splash of a debut with her bustling, highly animated, slightly flattened cartoon drawings. High-stepping cows balance bottles on their noses, lick Jell-O and smash dishes; ducks make themselves comfortable in the cupboard, cozying up in a teapot and pilfering sugar cubes; sheep bounce and flop happily on the sofa.

Cows in the Kitchen book. Italy Illustrated by Katharine McEwen Summary: This book is a fun book about crazy animals that get in to some trouble when the farmer goes to sleep

Cows in the Kitchen book. Italy Illustrated by Katharine McEwen Summary: This book is a fun book about crazy animals that get in to some trouble when the farmer goes to sleep. Children will love it! The book is fun and colorful.

While Tom Farmer is asleep under the haystack, the cows, ducks, pigs, hens, and sheep make quite a mess in the farmhouse.

Crebbin, June; McEwen, Katharine, ill. Publication date. Domestic animals, Stories in rhyme. Boston : Houghton Mifflin. While Tom Farmer is asleep under the haystack, the cows, ducks, pigs, hens, and sheep make quite a mess in the farmhouse. Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City.

June Crebbin, Katharine McEwen. 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.

item 1 Cows in the Kitchen, Crebbin, June, Used; Good Book -Cows in. .She lives in Leicestershire with her husband

item 1 Cows in the Kitchen, Crebbin, June, Used; Good Book -Cows in the Kitchen, Crebbin, June, Used; Good Book. 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.

June Crebbin Katharine McEwen is the illustrator of the highly acclaimed Gaskitts series, written by Allan Ahlberg. She also illustrated It Moved!

About the Author: June Crebbin was a primary school teacher before taking early retirement to concentrate on her writing. 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. From School Library Journal

by June Crebbin & illustrated by Katharine McEwen .

by June Crebbin & illustrated by Katharine McEwen. Livestock’s great out on the range, but when there are cows in the kitchen, sheep on the sofa, and hens on the hatstand, Crebbin warns, look out. Crebbin (The Train Ride, 1995, et. builds on a song she overheard preschoolers singing; as Tom Farmer dozes in the haystack the animals run wild through the house.

Original artwork by children’s book illustrator Katharine McEwen, from ‘Cows in the Kitchen’ published by Walker Books Ltd in 1998. Media used: Watercolour and ink. Additional information.

June Crebbin, Cows in the Kitchen, Candlewick Press (Cambridge, MA), 1998. Alan Durant, That's Not Right!, Walker Books (London, England), 2002, Crabtree (New York, NY), 2004.

Born in England; married. June Crebbin, Cows in the Kitchen, Candlewick Press (Cambridge, MA), 1998. Phyllis Root, Here Comes Tabby Cat, Candlewick Press (Cambridge, MA), 2000. Phyllis Root, Hey, Tabby Cat!, Candlewick Press (Cambridge, MA), 2000. Allan Ahlberg, The Woman Who Won Things, Candlewick Press (Cambridge, MA), 2002. Rose Impey, Titchy-Witch and the Birthday Broomstick, Orchard (London, England), 2003.

Tom Farmer wakes up to mischief in a sprightly read-aloud that children will scramble to participate in.While Tom Farmer naps in the haystack, his animals take over the farmhouse. There are cows in the kitchen, ducks in the cupboard, hens on the hat stand, pigs in the pantry, and even sheep on the sofa! What will happen when Tom Farmer wakes up? June Crebbin's boisterous text—a wild and wacky version of a nursery song modeled on "Skip to My Lou"—and Katharine McEwen's spririted illustrations combine for some riotous barnyard fun.

Jake
This is a GREAT book. I'm a teacher for 18-24mo toddlers and they looooove this book. I sing it to the tune of "Skip to My Lou" and sign the ASL signs for each animal page. The kids will point to the book on the shelf, say "moo moo moo" while attempting to make the sign for COW, and that's how I know they want to read it (which they pretty much always want to read it).
Vudogal
Fun book our greatgranddaughter Emily introduced to our library. Read it a few times and you'll be singing the song from the book which is to the tune of Skip To My Lou, for days after! Very nice book.
Blackstalker
The children love the illustrations and the fact that I can sing the words encourages them to chime in!
Ance
The book was great....funny illustrations fostered much discussion, little mouse on each page delighted search-minded kids and repeat of text with some variations good for beginning readers and kids with speech problems. Fun to sing with "Skip- to -my -Lou" tune. The major problem was that SHIPPING took WEEKS!!!
Adokelv
Delightful book for preschool age or beginning reader.
crazy mashine
I bought this book for my grandson who is 17 months old and he loved it from the first day. When he is ready to read, he runs to the book shelf saying, "moo, moo, moo". I sing the book to him to the tune of "Shoo Fly Shoo." The illustrations are very bright and attractive as well. Dylan and I highly recommend this one!
Zinnthi
It's geared more toward 1-3 yr olds, but for that age, we prefer smaller sized books. This one is LARGE.
This is a great children's book -- lively rhymes and amusing graphics!