Big Picture Book How Food Grows by Emily Bone
  

Big Picture Book How Food Grows

Written by Emily Bone
Illustrated by Sally Elford

5+ readers   

The Lovereading4Kids comment

This book explains how almost everything we eat grows from just a small seed - from how a seed sprouts and how fruits grow from flowers by pollination, to how different plants produce vegetables, fruits, leaves, roots and grains. Tropical fruits, cocoa beans and Asian vegetables are covered, as well as rice, wheat, corn, potatoes and more.

Synopsis

Big Picture Book How Food Grows by Emily Bone

Fully illustrated throughout, this large sized picture books shows how our fruit and vegetables and crops grow from a seed into a fully grown plant.

About the Author

Emily Bone

Emily Bone grew up in the south of England with a parrot, rabbits and lots of dogs. She spent long summers watching bugs and birds in her garden and making up stories about them. After studying English at Cambridge, she found her dream job at Usborne. Emily’s written many books on wildlife, science and history. She now lives in Crystal Palace along with two spoilt budgies and enjoys running in the park and tending her vegetable garden.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 4 years

Author

Emily Bone
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st August 2017

ISBN

9781474922456

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