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The Moon Might Be Milk by Lisa Shulman
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The Moon Might Be Milk

by Lisa Shulman

Other authors: Will Hillenbrand (Illustrator)

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This book would be great to read aloud to a classroom .The reader has ample opportunities to get the children involved.There is also a recipe for sugar cookie moons at the end of the book! ( )
  sbiro | Aug 29, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0525476474, Hardcover)

Rosie wonders: What is the moon made of? Cat thinks the moon is a saucer of fresh milk, spilled from the sky into puddles on the ground. Dog thinks it’s a pat of sweet, creamy butter. Butterfly thinks it’s made of sugar: sticky and sparkling and oh, so sweet. But Gran knows best. 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 Gran’s hearth is sure to inspire family baking and sharing. Sugar cookie recipe included.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:55 -0400)

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.

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