9781912497744

I Ate Sunshine for Breakfast

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  • ISBN13:

    9781912497744

  • ISBN10:

    1912497743

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2020-03-18
  • Publisher: Flying Eye Books

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Summary

Perfect for quarantine reading with your children!

Did you know that the rubber in your shoes came from a tree? Ever wondered where your breakfast cereal is grown? Have you remembered to thank a bee today for the food you ate for dinner last night?


Get ready to learn everything you never knew about plants and then some! This illustrated compendium celebrates the plants you didn't even know you used, from your toothpaste to your car tires to the name of your great-great-aunt. This comprehensive overview also contains great plant projects you and your friends can try at home!

Author Biography

Michael Holland is Head of Education at Chelsea Physic Garden. He is also a photographer, compost nerd, and wildlife
gardener.

Philip Giordano is an Italian illustrator born in a small coastal town in Liguria, of Philippine and Swiss descent. He attended the Brera Fine Arts Academy in Milan, the IED (European Institute of Design) and subsequently gained a Masters in Animation Techniques in Turin.

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