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A Cow, a Bee, a Cookie, and Me

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As Ben helps his grandmother bake a batch of honey cookies, he learns a valuable lesson about the natural world, discovering that cows make milk, bees make honey, cinnamon comes from the bark of trees, and so on for all the ingredients in the cookies."
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published April 15th 1997 by Kingfisher
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Feb 20, 2009 Ronda rated it it was amazing
Ask a kid "where does our food come from" and you might be surprised at the answers. All too often, the answer might be "Walmart." In our area, those who have their own gardens are few and far between. Many kids have never experienced the wonder of potatoes dug straight from the rich soil or tomatoes picked from the vine, tree branches hanging laden with apples ripe for the picking, the joy of discovering the perfect pumpkin hidden amongst thick vines. This disconnect with where our food comes f ...more
Jan 30, 2008 Jennie rated it really liked it
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Just to show kids that cookies come from more than just a box.
Jun 07, 2012 Brennan rated it really liked it
Good way to teach about where food comes from.
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