The Vegetables We Eat

Youngsters will learn where and how vegetables grow and why they are so good for us to eat.

By Gail Gibbons Illustrated by Gail Gibbons Read by Qarie Marshall Children's Nonfiction / Environmental & Agriculture / Outdoors & Nature English 12m Sell Sheet
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1 Video DVD Tue Sep 20 00:00:00 UTC 2016 38.99 38.99 9781520044347 Add to Cart
									Who knew there were so many different kinds of vegetables? Nonfiction pro Gail Gibbons responds to the need for books on good nutrition with this accessible exploration of vegetables. From glossy red peppers to lush, leafy greens to plump orange pumpkins, vegetables are explored in depth in these fascinating illustrations that clearly explain the many vegetable varieties, how they are grown, and why they are so good for us to eat. Using her signature combination of clear and informative wording, with plenty of diagrams and cross sections, Gibbons provides a wealth of information about produce in its many shapes, colors and forms.

"A clear, informative introduction to eight groups of vegetables...A simple, effective approach to the topic." - School Library Journal

"...accessible, inviting introduction to vegetables, aimed at the picture book crowd..." - Booklist

3.5 STARS "Packing in loads of information about nutritious vegetables, this is highly recommended..." - Video Librarian, Starred Review