Meat and ProteinBook - 2003
1. The basics of good nutrition are covered in this easy-to-read food series; readers not only learn why the food is important, but they also receive many examples of foods within each group and learn how the foods are prepared and eaten.2. Readers are introduced to multicultural dishes and a few unusual foods (passion fruit, for example); the Dairy Products and Meat and Protein books also explain what vegans or vegetarians eat instead of these foods.3. Interiors feature photographs or simple diagrams on every page, plus an easy-to-read font that mimics the letterforms that early elementary students are taught to print. Increased spacing between words supports early readers' recognition of word units; in addition, increased spacing between lines helps new readers keep their place.
Publisher: Philadelphia : Chelsea Clubhouse, 2003.
Branch Call Number: J 641.36 Tho
Characteristics: 32 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm.