Yulee and her four friends --- Nick, Pedro, Sally and Martin --- are taking a trip to her aunt"s farm to pick apples and make an apple crisp for a potluck harvest dinner. Yum! But first, Aunt Sara gives the friends a tour of the whole farm, where they learn what it means to eat balanced meals, why eating local food matters and all that goes into getting food from farm to table. Who knew there was so much to learn about what we eat? It makes everything taste better!
Award-winning author and illustrator Scot Ritchie uses accessible and entertaining language and familiar characters from his other books to encourage young children to make healthy choices about what they eat. Each stop on the farm tour introduces a basic food group: the field of wheat and oats for grains, the garden for vegetables, the henhouse for protein, the barn for dairy and the orchard for fruit. Ritchie"s cheerful, busy illustrations invite children to look closer at the details. This is a terrific book for a science or health lesson to broaden young children"s understanding of healthy eating and why local food matters. The potluck dinner includes a multicultural group of neighbors and provides opportunities for discussions about community involvement. There is an apple crisp recipe at the end of the story. Also provided are a table of contents and glossary.
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Free Online Library: See What We Eat! A First Book of Healthy Eating (Exploring Our Community).(Children's review, Brief article, Book review) by "Canadian Children's Book News"; Literature, writing, book reviews Book publishing Books Book reviews Diet Health foods Natural foods. Get this from a library! See what we eat!: a first book of healthy eating. [Scot Ritchie] -- "The book opens with Nick, Yulee, Pedro, Sally and Martin -- the five friends from Follow That Map! (), Look at That Building! () and Look Where We Live! () - about set off for Yulee's. Title: See What We Eat!: A First Book Of Healthy Eating Format: Hardcover Product dimensions: 32 pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: 32 pages, X X in Published: 5 septembre Publisher: Kids Can Press Language: English. See What We Eat! A First Book of Healthy Eating (Book): Ritchie, Scot: Five friends go on a quest to find out where food comes from. To gather the ingredients they make their way to a farm, a grocery store and back home. Along the way, they learn about the basic .
See What We Eat!: A First Book of Healthy Eating Hardcover – Sept. 5 by Scot Ritchie (Author, Illustrator) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" CDN$ Reviews: 1. See What We Eat!: A First Book of Healthy Eating, Hardcover by Ritchie, Scot, ISBN , ISBN , Brand New, Free shipping Visiting an apple farm to pick apples and make an apple crisp for a potluck harvest dinner, Yulee and her friends are treated to a tour of the farm, where they learn what it means to eat balanced meals, why eating local food matters and the numerous. We are what we eat, there’s no doubt, but we are also each book we read. People are made up of everything they have gone through in life and also everything in each story they read, their characters, their battles, their majestic universes. Jorge Luis Borges said that paradise would be something like a large and infinite library. Penelope Rex is nervous about her first day of school. What will her classmates be like? Will she make any friends? How many teeth will they have? Let's find.
The book describes how humans are the only species to cook their food, and it includes a fascinating time line relating when various items common today entered the human diet, artfully arousing curiosity about what we eat every day (for instance, cocoa was introduced in BCE, pizza in 1, CE, and coffee and potatoes in the 16th century).Reviews: See ALL of our book activities for kids! This was a really fun activity for my preschooler and kindergartner. They had no idea how many foods we ate that were seeds! We pulled out lots of nuts and seeds that they knew were seeds, then we started looking at our fruits and vegetables to decide which ones had seeds that we were eating. Collins, a librarian by profession, has already authored several books about television, media history, popular culture and food. Her work has appeared in the magazines. She has also written encyclopedia entries on a variety of media history topics. Watching What We Eat By Kathleen Collins Published by Continuum, Interesting amalgamation of select food related history. The books consists of an introduction explaining the author's main thesis - that what we eat changed drastically after Columbus discovered the Americas - and then devolves into chapters focused on important food locales (mostly countries) followed by chapters focusing on specific foods relevant to his main argument. The introductory /5(19).