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Let's Eat!: Children And Their Food Around The World

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Take five children, one each from Thailand, South Africa, India, France and Mexico. Where does their food come from? Do they buy it or grow it themselves? Do they eat at the table, outside or in front of the television? What foods do they like and dislike? What do they eat for special festival and celebrations? "Let's Eat!" explores world cultures through the eyes of child ...more
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published October 1st 2003 by Frances Lincoln Children's Books (first published September 29th 2003)
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Apr 25, 2015 rated it really liked it
This is a neat little book with great info on the 5 cultures it represents, through the eyes of children living there. Also includes a doable recipe for each country.

Really cute, easy read to learn about South Africa, Mexico, Thailand, France, and India life through the eyes of some of their children and through food and celebrations.
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