DEE AND CURTIS ON A DAIRY FARM by Joan Liffring

DEE AND CURTIS ON A DAIRY FARM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A photographic tour of a dairy farm in Wisconsin where Dee and Curtis live, this follows the standard format of a social studies' text with a boy or girl protagonist. Dee is given a little pig whom she calls Tidbit. She visits a neighbor who raises sheep. Dee and Curtis help their father in keeping the dairy clean and visit the cheese factory which buys their milk. They visit the creamery where butter is made and range freely over the family farm. The pictures are large black and white photographs and the format is uncluttered. A school library might consider this on the basis of its potential as a visual aids tool.

Publisher: Follett