The Vegetables We Eat

The Vegetables We Eat

Book - 2006
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Baker & Taylor
Describes the different types of vegetables and explains where they come from and how they end up in the grocery store.

Holiday House
What are vegetables, anyway? Give kids the 411 on veggies with this richly illustrated introduction to produce!

Peppers, beans, corn, and peas!  Nonfiction superstar Gail Gibbons lays out the basics of veggies with colorful watercolors and straightforward text. Learn how they grow, how they get to stores, and how many kinds there are—and learn some weird trivia, too!

Diagrams, cross sections, and illustrations get kids up close and personal with glossy red peppers, plump orange pumpkins, delectable little peas, and dozens of other vegetables in this essential primer on the subject.

& Taylor

Using her signature combination of a clear and informative text with plenty of illustrations, diagrams, and cross sections, a popular nonfiction author provides a wealth of information about produce and the importance of good nutrition. 12,500 first printing.
Illustrations and simple text describe the various vegetables people eat.

Publisher: New York : Holiday House, 2006
ISBN: 9780823420018
Branch Call Number: J 635 GIB
Characteristics: 32 p


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Apr 07, 2018

Gail Gibbons has a lot of Science picture books just search her name for topics.

Jul 07, 2014

This book gives a detailed description of all the vegetables we eat...How their grown...The process they go through before we can purchase the vegetables from the store or a farm's market... Great for kids who want to know all about vegetable's we eat


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Mar 27, 2009

Judi thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and under


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