Children’s Titles

Titles from KPL’s Children’s Collection that tie in with the themes presented in The American Way of Eating and Farm City.
Andrew Zimmern's field guide to exceptionally weird, wild, & wonderful foods : an intrepid eater's digest by Andrew ZimmernAndrew Zimmern's field guide to exceptionally weird, wild, & wonderful foods : an intrepid eater's digest
Zimmern, Andrew
2011
Andrew Zimmern loves food. In fact, there's practically nothing he won't try--at least once. As host of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern and Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre Foods America on the Travel Channel, Andrew's passion is exploring how different foods are important to different cultures.Now, Andrew is sharing his most hilarious culinary experiences--as well as fun facts about culture, geography, art, and history, to name a few--with readers of all ages. Don't like broccoli? Well, what if you were served up a plate of brains, instead? From alligator meat to wildebeest, this digest of Andrew's most memorable weird, wild, and wonderful foods will fascinate and delight eaters of all ages, intrepid and...not so much.
The Berenstain Bears and too much junk food by Stan & Jan BerenstainThe Berenstain Bears and too much junk food
Berenstain, Stan & Jan
1985
Mama Bear starts a campaign to convince her family that they are eating too much junk food.
Chickens on the family farm by Chana StiefelChickens on the family farm
Stiefel, Chana
2013
"An introduction to life on a farm for early readers. Find out what a chicken eats, where it lives, and its life cycle from baby chick to adult."--Provided by publisher.
Clarabelle : making milk and so much more by Cris PetersonClarabelle : making milk and so much more
Peterson, Cris
2007
Photographs by David R. Lundquist. Homesdale, Penn. : Boyds Mills Press, c2007.
Come and eat! by George AnconaCome and eat!
Ancona, George
2011
Depicts kinds of food and ways of eating across the world and includes details about the cultures represented in each photograph.
Cycle of rice, cycle of life: a story of sustainable farming  by Jan ReynoldsCycle of rice, cycle of life: a story of sustainable farming
Reynolds, Jan
2009
"Photo-essay exploring the cultural and environmental aspects of traditional Balinese rice farming, a model of sustainable food production. Includes a map, foreword, and author's note."--Provided by publisher
Delores Huerta: a hero to migrant workers  by Sarah WarrenDelores Huerta: a hero to migrant workers
Warren, Sarah
Call Number: J 921 HUERTA
2012
Jane Addam's Children's Book Award Honor Book for Younger Children. Dolores is a teacher, a mother, and a friend. She wants to know why her students are too hungry to listen, why they don't have shoes to wear to school. Dolores is a warrior, an organizer, and a peacemaker. When she finds out that the farm workers in her community are poorly paid and working under dangerous conditions, she stands up for their rights.
An edible alphabet: 26 reasons to love the farm  by Carol WattersonAn edible alphabet: 26 reasons to love the farm
Watterson, Carol
Call Number: J 630 WATT
2011
Join this lively bunch on an alphabetical tour of today’s farm. With families and schools thinking more than ever about fresh, healthful choices for the table, kids want to know about the foods they see and eat every day: Where does it come from? How is it grown? What’s the difference between a fruit and a veggie? Why don’t chickens have teeth?
Eek! icky, sticky, gross stuff in your food  by Pam RosenbergEek! icky, sticky, gross stuff in your food
Rosenberg, Pam
Call Number: J 641.3 ROSE
2008
Presents interesting (and gross) facts about food.
Farming the land: modern farmers and their machines  by Jerry BusheyFarming the land: modern farmers and their machines
Bushey, Jerry
Call Number: J 631.37 B
1987
Discusses modern farming methods, from plowing and disking to the harvest, and the machines used to accomplish these jobs.

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