The World's Strangest Foods by Alicia Z. Klepeis
  

Synopsis

The World's Strangest Foods by Alicia Z. Klepeis

Satisfy inquisitive readers' appetite for the strange and bizarre with The World's Strangest Foods. Filled with dozens of amazing photos and fun trivia facts, young readers will learn about weird and gross foods from around the world, such as deep-fried insects, blood pudding, breadfruit and fermented fish.

About the Author

From jellybeans to strange snakes, Alicia Klepeis loves to research fun and out-of-the-ordinary topics that make nonfiction exciting for readers. Alicia Klepeis began her career at the National Geographic Society. Alicia's travels have taken her from Singapore to Sydney to Sumbawa. Everywhere she goes she samples the local ice cream, gum, and candy options. Alicia has written several books and magazine articles for many markets, and is currently working on several nonfiction projects on international food, cool inventions, and world cultures. She lives with her family in upstate New York.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 8

Author

Alicia Z. Klepeis
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Publisher

Raintree an imprint of Capstone Global Library Ltd
www.raintreepublishers.co.u...

Publication date

10th March 2016

ISBN

9781406292107


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