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What Happens To Your Food? (Usborne Flip Flaps) #2020

What Happens To Your Food Usborne Flip Flaps What Happens to Your Food is an ideal introduction to food eating and digestion using interactive fold out flaps to help explain to young readers the whole fascinating journey of a meal through the

  • Title: What Happens To Your Food? (Usborne Flip Flaps)
  • Author: Alastair Smith Maria Wheatley
  • ISBN: 9780746025048
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • What Happens To Your Food? (Usborne Flip Flaps) By Alastair Smith Maria Wheatley, What Happens to Your Food is an ideal introduction to food, eating and digestion, using interactive fold out flaps to help explain to young readers the whole fascinating journey of a meal through the human body.

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      Published :2020-03-06T21:19:01+00:00

    1 thought on “What Happens To Your Food? (Usborne Flip Flaps)

    1. This was a good book on the topic, but I prefer the first one we read What Happens to Your Hamburger I was a little bugged that it didn t use the correct terms for things like esophagus it just kept saying food tube and left out whole parts of the digestive system like the liver Even my 5 yr old was able to understand the body parts involved and describe what happens when you eat I felt this book sort of dumbed it down.My kids did enjoy the flaps They ve looked through it many times.If I had my [...]

    2. Great non fiction flip book to explain what happens to your food when it enters your body The illustrations are fun and informative, while also representing the text very vividly for the reader The text is also written in a non traditional way that allows the reader to jump around the page and identify the different parts of the body the food has entered This would be a great book for a parent and child to explore together, and also a good read aloud to introduce digestion to a class.

    3. I love the Usborne books, I must admit They re particularly good for my son who loves to read and enjoys all the details and tidbits of information This book is fun, too, because it s a flapbook for older kids well, ages 5 10, I guess Good info and fun illustrations.

    4. Nice illustrations and good, easy to understand discriptions of how food works in the body Detailed diagrams on how food travels down the food tube , but fun enough that they are interesting to the younger crowd Another one I might need to make part of library.

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