I might suggest that the book be taken to school for the teacher to read to the class!
We took the time to savor each page's illustrations, and I could see the figurative light bulbs going off in my children's heads as we read this book.
Both the illustrations and story were fun and engaging and my kids really liked the story itself.
I work at a science museum and I run our Kitchen Science program. We were doing a day about cocoa/chocolate, and I was looking for a good image of the process for making chocolate. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Shanna
I read this to a group of kids in a health store enviroment and they loved it. It prompted questions and interest.Published 7 months ago by Joyce Negron
My child absoluely loves this book. The pictures, the text, the substance behind the words...all have sparked amazing discussions. Hands down a no-brainer--buy it!Published 16 months ago by Max's Mama
I teach in an outdoor environmental program with elementary aged children. This book will really help me explain the purpose and value of farms.Published 21 months ago by R. H. Williams
love the idea of this book but didn't related so much to my family so we read it once and passed it on. Read morePublished on April 15, 2012 by on-the-go