The Cow in Patrick O’Shanahan’s Kitchen

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating

$17.95

Written by Diana Prichard and illustrated by Heather Devlin Knopf

 

Patrick O’Shanahan never even wondered where his breakfast came from. Until one morning, when he found a COW in the kitchen!

Explore how food gets to your plate as Patrick’s efforts to help his father make their World Famous French Toast become an unexpected—and funny—adventure.

Ages: 4-8

Pages: 32

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In this interactive—and hilarious—adventure, kids explore how food gets to their tables. Based on the award-winning The Cow In Patrick O’Shanahan’s Kitchen, Farm2Table engages kids with animations, videos, and a food/origin matching game. Have the story read to you (or record in your own voices) and join Patrick as he discovers a cow—and so much more—in the kitchen!

Winner of Six Awards

Finalist Eric Hoffer Book Awards Mom's Choice Gold Award ForeWord Review Book of the Year Finalist Silver Nautilus Award Silver Moonbeam Children's Book Award Gold Ink Award Pewter  ag-in-the-classroom

The following states have featured the book in their Agriculture programs:
Arkansas, California, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, Virginia, and Oklahoma


 Great Stories. Core Values.

Character Development: Be Curious

STEAM: Science

International Baccalaureate Learner Profile: Inquirer, Knowledgeable

1 review for The Cow in Patrick O’Shanahan’s Kitchen

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Just finished reading The Cow in Patrick O’Shanahan’s Kitchen to my 4 year old. When I asked him what he thought of the story, he said with a smile: “It was good!” Followed by: “Are the chickens Patrick’s best friends?” then: “Can we have french toast for breakfast tomorrow when we wake up?”

    I certainly enjoyed reading this book to my son. I especially liked the questions and dialogue that followed. I could tell from the look on his face that he was really interested in why there was a cow in Patrick’s kitchen.

    The quality of the book is also worth noting – from the paper to the vibrant colors.

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