Why Do People Eat? (Usborne Starting Point Science)

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Why Do People Eat? (Usborne Starting Point Science)

Why Do People Eat Usborne Starting Point Science Introduces young children to fundamental aspects of nature science and technology Inspired by the questions children ask about the world around them Simple text and detailed illustrations answer ques

  • Title: Why Do People Eat? (Usborne Starting Point Science)
  • Author: Kate Needham
  • ISBN: 9780746013021
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • Introduces young children to fundamental aspects of nature, science and technology Inspired by the questions children ask about the world around them Simple text and detailed illustrations answer questions in clear, step by step stages

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    One thought on “Why Do People Eat? (Usborne Starting Point Science)

    1. Nicky on said:

      A simple introduction to food and nutrition. A few inaccuracies and outdated information. Vegetarians do NOT eat fish, they would be pescatarians.

    2. Jamie Mood on said:

      a few things in this book I don't believe in or I believe to be inaccurate to my beliefs. Like soy being a great source for protein. Soy is a hormone disrupter and is toxic to humans and should not be consumed. Also, the part about hens that says free range hens only lay 80 eggs a year, no that's just a different breed, different breeds lay different amount of eggs; some lay 3 eggs a week and some lay every day. I used to raise chickens.

    3. Rebecca on said:

      Simple introduction to our food needs and how to make good choices. A little outdated in that it uses the food pyramid instead of my plate, but that is easily fixed with a quick website search.

    4. Mckinley on said:

      ok, Not so sure about the layout. A small size book packed with many facts on each page. Maybe for use as a reference book in an elementary school.

    5. Lisa on said:

      Simple book about nutrition and other basic aspects of food for young children.

    6. Ann on said:

      A nice introduction to younger children to the needs of the human body.

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