Food for Thought explores the origins of origins of a number of foods including pasta, cheese, peanuts, popcorn, potatoes, and chocolate. This book is used exclusively in the classroom to motivate young readers to find reading interesting, and it is intended specifically for children reading at a fifth-grade level.
Susan gives an overview of the book:
Beginning with Pasta
Every living thing, including people, must eat some kind of food in order to survive. Throughout history, people have invented a number of ways to prepare food to make eating more interesting. In this book, you'll learn about some of the most popular tasty treats--pasta, cheese, popcorn, potatoes, peanut butter, and chocolate. You will also learn a little about the history of these foods.
Susan Schott Karr is a professional communications consultant with over 25 years of editing, writing and coaching experience in corporate, financial, and technical communications. With an eye toward business development, she has helped over 40 Fortune 500 companies and many...