Nancy Castaldo
Price £12.99
Description Description 'A clear and engaging guide to sustainable food production with lovely illustrations.' - The Sunday Times

Where does our food come from? Is farming different around the world? In this charmingly illustrated book, follow sustainable farming around the world to discover how farmers from Hawaii, to Sweden, the UK and beyond grow the fresh and tasty food we enjoy eating.

Explore the seasonal workings of farms around the world, and how food can be grown using sustainable methods that focus on quality versus quantity to ensure an environmentally healthy future. The World That Feeds Us explores fascinating farms and farming techniques around the world, including:
  • Global cacao production
  • City farms, on rooftops and beyond
  • Heirloom crops and heritage breeds
  • Farmer's markets across the globe
  • High tech machinery such as farmbots
A glossary defines key sustainable farming terms. Through this colourful and global look at farming, children will learn how farmers, and us, can make choices to protect the planet, whilst still enjoying delicious and nutritious food.
Format Juvenile - Hardcover 80 Pages
ISBN 9780711277694
Size8.74 in x 11.61 in / 222.00 mm x 295.00 mm
Published Date April 13th, 2023
Nancy Castaldo
Nancy Castaldo has written books about our planet for over 20 years. Her 2016 title The Story of Seeds: From Mendel’s Garden to Your Plate, and How There’s More of Less To Eat Around The World introduces readers to the importance of seeds, farming, and the crisis we currently face. It received the Green Earth Book Award and many other accolades.
Ginnie Hsu
Ginnie Hsu is an illustrator, designer, and educator living in upstate New York. Her work is often inspired by everyday life, nature, human living, and well-being. Ginnie also enjoys foraging, yoga, and herbalism.
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