Reading/Interest Level: Primary
Author: Stacy Taus-Bolstad
Publisher: Lerner Publishing Group, Inc.
Cows eat grass, which helps them live, grow, and make milk. Milk is made in the cow’s udder. Farmers use milking machines to milk cows. Then the milk is cooled in a tank, and a truck carries the milk to a factory where it is cleaned and heated. Once the milk is cooled again, workers test it to make sure it is safe to drink. Finally, the milk is placed in jugs, sealed, and transported to where consumers find it on refrigerated shelves.
From Grass to Milk is one of the many books in the Start to Finish series. This nonfiction book includes a table of contents, an index, a glossary, highlighted words, and headings. Vivid photographs are included on each page spread. Readers learn more about life science in this educational book. After reading this book, which would be appropriate to read at home or at school, readers might want to visit a farm or a milk plant. Readers will learn many interesting facts in this book that they might not have known before.