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Where Do Vegetables Come From? by Linda Staniford
  

Where Do Vegetables Come From?

Written by Linda Staniford
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Part of the Read and Learn: From Farm to Fork: Where Does My Food Come From? Series

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Synopsis

Where Do Vegetables Come From? by Linda Staniford

This fascinating book looks at how vegetables are produced, taking the carrots we eat as an example. It shows us how carrots are planted, grown then harvested, and how they are 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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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Linda Staniford
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Publisher

Raintree an imprint of Capstone Global Library Ltd

Publication date

10th August 2017

ISBN

9781474721301


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