Gently encourage mindfulness and critical thinking through this playful and witty exploration of negative space.
Can empty space be useful? Can it lead to new perspectives and new appreciation? Might it even be inspiring? Find out in a winsome book that draws on a child’s everyday experiences to prompt readers to look twice at their surroundings and notice the significance of sights, sounds, and spaces otherwise taken for granted.
suitable for ages 4-7 and beyond
Sarturday December 14. 12-3 pm
Book Signing with Valorie Fisher and her latest Children's book
Now You Know What You EatKirkus Reviews “...accessible and playful...Fun and fundamental food facts.”
Publishers Weekly "Readers will explore the science behind favorite everyday foods... Bold and simply designed graphics present facts about the science of food, where it comes from, and what happens behind the scenes with favorites like pizza, honey, milk, maple syrup, vegetable soup, and more."
Jean Little Library "Verdict: A delightful and fascinating look at the origins of food for curious minds, from kids to grown-ups. This is a great pick for your classroom library or bookshelves at home and kids will love poring over its pages... Recommended."
The Book Report, " These books are seriously awesome. They take things apart visually and make things easier to understand."
More about the Book :
Valorie Fisher dives deep into the science of what we eat and where ingredients come from by exploring what happens behind the scenes of favorite, everyday foods like pizza, honey, milk, maple syrup, vegetable soup, and more! With the help of bold, eye-catching yet simple graphics, inquisitive minds will love discovering what makes popcorn pop, why bread rises, and how bees make honeycomb. With this book peppered with facts like how many eggs a hen lays in a year and how many gallons of sap it takes to make one gallon of syrup, readers will be fascinated by all the amazing things they never knew about the food they eat! Now You Know What You Eat also includes a glossary, and a graphic about the food groups, as well as an introduction to vitamins and minerals. With a growing focus on STEM for this early age group, this book encourages readers to ask their own questions about the world around them, and to fall in love with discovering the answers!