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Food For Thought by Ken Robbins
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Jun 11, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: kidlit, non-fiction

Here is an excellent investigation of the history and mythology of food. From apples to pomegranates to mushrooms, the author humorously relates both fact and fiction about our most elemental and ancient foods: fruit and vegetables. A great gift for a foodie parent, this volume with its gorgeous photographs can be enjoyed by all ages.

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