Where Do Grains Come from? by Linda Staniford


Where Do Grains Come from? by Linda Staniford

This fascinating book looks at how grains are produced, taking the rice we eat as an example. It shows us how rice is planted, grown then harvested, and how it is then shipped to supermarkets or stores to land on our tables. It highlights that not all food is local, often coming from very far afield.

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24 pages
Interest Age: From 5


Linda Staniford
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Publication date

14th July 2016



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