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10 edition of The moon might be milk found in the catalog.

The moon might be milk

by Lisa Shulman

  • 197 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Dutton Children"s Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Moon -- Fiction,
  • Cookies -- Fiction,
  • Grandmothers -- Fiction,
  • Animals -- Fiction

  • About the Edition

    A young girl asks her animal friends what they think the moon is made of, and her grandmother proves that each theory is partly correct. Includes recipe.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Lisa Shulman ; illustrated by Will Hillenbrand.
    GenreFiction.
    ContributionsHillenbrand, Will, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.S559444 Moo 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3416501M
    ISBN 100525476474
    LC Control Number2005032750

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After a rough streak of mean-spirited picture books we came across this simple treasure, "The Moon Might Be Milk" by Lisa Shulman and illustrated by Will Hillenbrand. The story follows a little girl named Rosie as she tries to learn what material makes up the moon.

Along the way, animals make suggestions (e.g. the cat thinks it is milk, the hen /5(7). Children might enjoy the repetitive nature of the story, as a little girl asks each of her animals in turn what they think the moon might be made of and each one names a different sort of food (sugar, milk, butter, eggs).

But what does the girl think the moon is. Eventually, all /5. After a rough streak of mean-spirited picture books we came across this simple treasure, "The Moon Might Be Milk" by Lisa Shulman and illustrated by Will Hillenbrand.

The story follows a little girl named Rosie as she tries to learn what material makes up the moon/5. The moon might be milk.

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Lisa Shulman, Author, Will Hillenbrand, Illustrator Dutton Books $ (32p) ISBN   Lisa Shulman's The Moon Might Be Milk is sadly out of print. But the story can still be used in puppet form if you can't get your hands on a copy of the book.

You'll need farm animals (or substitute for what you own): Girl (named Rosie) Cat Hen Butterfly Dog Mouse Rosie asks each. The Moon Might Be Milk (Book): Shulman, Lisa: A young girl asks her animal friends what they think the moon is made of, and her grandmother proves that each theory is partly correct.

Includes recipe. The Moon Might Be Milk by Lisa Shulman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Moon Might Be Milk: Lisa Shulman: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience/5(85). Using milk, butter, sugar, and other ingredients, she shows Rosie how to bake moonshaped cookies and captures a magical piece of the moon in her very own kitchen.

This classic-in-the-making from Grans hearth is sure to inspire family baking and sharing. In The Moon Might Be Milk, Rosie asks different animals what the moon is made of. Each animal tells her something different, and at the end of the book we see that each answer is an important part of something bigger.

Hopefully the story shows that sometimes there can be many answers to the same question, and that each answer can hold some truth.

Get this from a library. The moon might be milk. [Lisa Shulman; Will Hillenbrand] -- A young girl asks her animal friends what they think the moon is made of, and her grandmother proves that each theory is partly correct.

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Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. The moon might be milk Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This :   Rosie wonders what the moon is made of; her cat purrs, “a saucer of fresh milk.” And off they set to ask their other animal friends what they think.

Hen cackles, “an egg and small shining chicks hatch from it to become stars”; Butterfly whispers, “it’s made of sugar”; Dog licks his lips, “a round pat of sweet butter”; Mouse claims, “you’re all wrong, it’s made of white.

“The Moon Might Be Milk” by Lisa Shulman was the inspiration for our activity. The book follows a little girl and her animal friends as they all share their opinions of what the moon is made out of.

While reading this today with my son he kept saying “No no not milk, shaving cream!”. Each animal in the book says that the moon is made of something white or light colored: milk, egg, sugar, butter, flour. Ask children to think of other things the moon could be compared to. Invite them to compare the moon with things that are round or crescent-shaped, things that are bright, etc.

Have each child write a metaphor about the moon. The Moon Might Be Milk - Story and Craft Debbie at Children Grow, Children Explore, Children Learn, recommended Lisa Shulman's The Moon Might Be Milk, a while back, and we finally got around to checking it out from the library, this week.

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