No Way Way Are You My Dinner

Author: Tracey West
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780399540561
Size: 14.60 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Are You My Dinner? Sure, everybody knows worms eat dirt . . . but did you know that scorpions are on the menu for meerkats? Or that there’s a vampire finch (three guesses what it eats!)? Or that some people eat stinkbugs? No way . . . way! Kids will gobble up this super-cool fact book inspired by the wide-ranging collections of the Smithsonian. It’s a full menu of lively text, fantastic photos, fun illustrations, and snappy design that all about who’s eating what, where food came from, and how we started eating it in the first place.

No Way Way Stinky Sticky Sneaky Stuff

Author: Tracey West
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780451533227
Size: 20.14 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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A must-have for readers of Smithsonian's No Way . . .Way! Road Trip and No Way . . .Way! Are You My Dinner? A stinky plant that smells like a corpse? A forklift suspended by sticky glue? Sneaky robbers dressed as cops? No way! But way! It's all true and all fun to read about in this snappy book of cool facts and photos from across the Smithsonian's vast collections.

No Way Way Usa

Author: Tracey West
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781524785499
Size: 11.67 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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This land is your land . . . check it out! It's a big country—with all kinds of wonderful, weird, and wild facts, faces, and places to discover in each and every state. U.S.A.! U.S.A.! This fun, funky fact book is as packed full of stuff as the Smithsonian. It's a must-have for readers of the No Way . . . Way series: Road Trip, Are You My Dinner? and Stinky, Sticky, Sneaky Stuff.

Dinner At The New Gene Caf

Author: Bill Lambrecht
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781429976596
Size: 13.38 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Biotech companies are racing to alter the genetic building blocks of the world's food. In the United States, the primary venue for this quiet revolution, the acreage of genetically modified crops has soared from zero to 70 million acres since 1996. More than half of America's processed grocery products-from cornflakes to granola bars to diet drinks-contain gene-altered ingredients. But the U.S., unlike Europe and other democratic nations, does not require labeling of modified food. Dinner at the New Gene Café expertly lays out the battle lines of the impending collision between a powerful but unproved technology and a gathering resistance from people worried about the safety of genetic change.