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Crookston Public Library E 811.54 MOR (Text) 33500012761565 Main Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 1600608922
  • ISBN: 9781600608926
  • ISBN: 1584302712
  • ISBN: 9781584302711
  • Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 27 cm.
    print
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Lee & Low Books Inc., [2007]

Content descriptions

General Note: American Library Association Notables (2008); Booklist Starred Review (2007).
MN American Indian literature.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (title page verso).
Summary, etc.: "From blueberries to vanilla, indigenous foods of the Americas are celebrated in this collection of haiku, which also includes information about each food's origins"--Provided by publisher.
Awards Note:
American Library Association Notables (2008); Booklist Starred Review (2007).
Reviews

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2007 December #1
    *Starred Review* This inventive stew of food haiku celebrates the indigenous foods of the Americas. Each of the 13 poems appears on a gloriously colorful double-page spread, accompanied by a sidebar that presents information about the origin of the food. From blueberries to prickly pears to corn, the acrylic-on-wood-panel illustrations burst with vivid colors and stylized Mexican flair. The poems capture the flavor of the item in a way children can easily understand—Chocolate: Fudge, cake, pie, cookies. / Brown magic melts on your tongue. / Happy, your eyes dance; Pineapple: A stiff, spiky hat / on thick prickly skin, inside / hide syrupy rings. The print of the text in the sidebars is too small, but otherwise this will provide lots and lots of lip-smacking fun that teachers can use to supplement social studies and language arts units; they can also share one poem at a time, between other subjects. An author's note, which addresses lingering scientific debate about the geographical origins of some of the featured foods, also includes a warm celebration of diversity: We do know that all these plants were grown and enjoyed . . . long before Christopher Columbus or any other Europeans had ever tasted such wonderful foods. The world's variety is amazing—and delicious. Copyright 2007 Booklist Reviews.

Subject: Vegetables America Poetry
Vegetables Poetry
Vegetables America Juvenile poetry
Fruit America Poetry
Fruit Poetry
Fruit America Juvenile poetry
Food Poetry
Vegetable-America-Poetry
Food-Poetry-
Food Poetry
American poetry
America
Vegetables
Haiku, American
Fruit
Food
Children's poetry, American
Poetry
Haiku, American
Children's poetry, American
Vegetables America Juvenile poetry
Fruit America Juvenile poetry
Food Juvenile poetry
Genre: Picture books.
Haiku.
Poetry.
Picture books.
Juvenile works.
Picture books for children -- Juvenile poetry.
American poetry.
Haiku, American.
Children's poetry, American.
Haiku.
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