Disgusting Food Invaders

Disgusting Food Invaders

by Ruth Owen

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Children's Literature - Jackie Fulton
Maggots, rat hair and mold might not sound like typical ingredients in your daily lunch but if you look closely you'll see that all of these invaders love to make their homes in food. Learn which of these unappetizing creatures are added to food (on purpose!) and which ones simply drop in uninvited. Plus, get up close and personal with super detailed, ultra magnified color images of each nasty food invader. A perfect addition to any library, the "Microscopic Creatures: Up Close and Gross" series is teeming with magnified images of icky, gross, creepy and disgusting creatures that will keep kids coming back for more. Each two-page spread describes a new creepy crawly critter complete with a vibrantly colored full-page illustration, vocabulary words and highlighted fact boxes. Each book also includes an explanation of the technology used to create the photos, a glossary, table of contents and index. With more text per page than a typical high-low material this series will challenge on-level readers while the hair-raising overblown images will titillate readers of all ability levels.

Product Details

Bearport Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date:
Up Close and Gross Series: Microscopic Creatures
Product dimensions:
8.20(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.30(d)
IG1000L (what's this?)
Age Range:
7 - 10 Years

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