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How did that get in my lunchbox? : the story of food
Chris Butterworth
Easy Fiction TX355 .B97 2011

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From Publishers' Weekly:

With reader-directed prose and cheerfully retro artwork, Butterworth and Gaggiotti use a balanced meal-sandwich, fruit, veggies, juice box, and cookie-to explain how foodstuffs make it from farms, dairies, and factories into kids' lunches. It's clear that the book's goal is encouraging kids to truly think about their food: how it's made and where it comes from, yes, but also how it tastes ("Bite into your cheese-it's creamy and smooth, but tasty, too-and TINGLY on your tongue!") and what it does for their bodies. If it feels a tad optimistic given the modern dominance of frozen, fast, and processed food, it's an accessible primer for families looking to foster healthy habits. Ages 5-8. (Jan.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.

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