Where Does Food Come From?Where Does Food Come From?
Shelley Rotner & Gary Goss n. 1. Gorse.
241-1st Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55401
0761329358 $22.60 lernerbooks.com
Most kids know foods come from markets--but there did they come from before that--and much of it comes from seawater seawater
Water that makes up the oceans and seas. Seawater is a complex mixture of 96.5% water, 2.5% salts, and small amounts of other substances. Much of the world's magnesium is recovered from seawater, as are large quantities of bromine. and bees. Shelly Rotner's gorgeous color photos enhance Where Does Food Come From?, which pairs full-page color and young protagonists with insights on popcorn, lemons (a type of berry Berry, former province, France
Berry (bĕrē`), former province, central France. Bourges, the capital, and Châteauroux are the chief towns. !), grape jelly jelly /jel·ly/ (jel´e) a soft substance that is coherent, tremulous, and more or less translucent; generally, a colloidal semisolid mass. and more. A very simple introduction kids will appreciate.