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    Food & feasts in ancient Greece

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    Food & feasts in ancient Greece

    Dawson, Imogen.

    A social history of the ancient Greeks explaining what foods were eaten and how they were prepared. Includes information about events that brought about special feasts and celebrations.

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    Food & feasts in the Middle Ages

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    394.1
    DAW

    Food & feasts in the Middle Ages

    Dawson, Imogen.

    Describes the variety of foods that were produced, preserved, prepared, and served by people in Europe from the end of the Roman Empire until about A.D. 1500. Includes menus and recipes for Medieval meals.

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    Latino American cuisine

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    394.1
    DEP

    Latino American cuisine

    DePietro, Frank.

    Describes the common food of Hispanic Americans and how it has become very popular all over the United States.

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    What you never knew about fingers, forks, & chopsticks

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    394.1
    LAU

    What you never knew about fingers, forks, & chopsticks

    Lauber, Patricia.

    Describes changes in eating customs throughout the centuries and the origins of table manners.

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    Food & feasts in ancient Rome

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    394.1
    STE

    Food & feasts in ancient Rome

    Steele, Philip, 1948-

    Describes the variety of foods that were produced, preserved, prepared, and served by people in ancient Rome. Includes Roman recipes.

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    There's a rat in my soup

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    394.1
    STI

    There's a rat in my soup : could you survive medieval food?

    Stiefel, Chana, 1968-

    An introduction to medieval foods and cooking, featuring text and cartoon illustrations, and describing what people ate and how food was prepared during the Middle Ages.

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    Farming and food

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    630
    SHU

    Farming and food

    Shuter, Jane.

    An introduction to farming in ancient Egypt, including the cycles of the farming year, irrigation and flooding of the Nile, land ownership, and typical foods.

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    Food

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    641.3
    MEL

    Food

    Meltzer, Milton, 1915-

    Discusses the social, political, economic, and gastronomic aspects of food in its many forms.

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    It's disgusting-- and we ate it!

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    641.3
    SOL

    It's disgusting-- and we ate it! : true food facts from around the world-- and throughout history!

    Solheim, James.

    A collection of poems, facts, statistics, and stories about unusual foods and eating habits both contemporary and historical.

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    The people of China and their food

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    641.5951
    BUR

    The people of China and their food

    Burckhardt, Ann, 1933-

    Describes food customs and preparation in China, regional dishes, and cooking techniques, with recipes for a variety of meals.

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    Foods of the Middle East

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    641.5956
    AYT

    Foods of the Middle East

    Ayter, Roman.

    Introduces the culinary traditions of the Middle East, describing how Middle Eastern foods reflect the geography, natural resources, and customs of the region, and providing a recipe with step-by-step instructions to prepare hummus.

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    The people of Africa and their food

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    641.596
    BUR

    The people of Africa and their food

    Burckhardt, Ann, 1933-

    Discusses food preparation and customs in Africa, regional dishes, and cooking techniques, with twelve recipes for traditional beverages, main entrees, desserts, and side dishes.

    Due 12/16/19

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    Pilgrim foods and recipes

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    641.5973
    FLO

    Pilgrim foods and recipes

    Florence, Sarah, 1970-

    Provides information about the first pilgrims to land in the United States, looks at how the Native Americans helped them learn to find and grow food, and includes discussion of pilgrim foods and cooking, with a selection of recipes.

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    The people of Mexico and their food

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    641.598
    BUR

    The people of Mexico and their food

    Burckhardt, Ann, 1933-

    Describes food customs and preparation in Mexico, regional dishes, and cooking techniques; includes recipes for a variety of meals.

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    Hot potato

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    821
    HOT

    Hot potato : mealtime rhymes

    An anthology of short poems inspired by food, from soup to dessert, and written by such poets as Lewis Carroll, Douglas Florian, A. A. Milne, and Edward Lear.

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    Food & feasts with the Vikings

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    948
    MAR

    Food & feasts with the Vikings

    Martell, Hazel.

    A social history of the Viking peoples in Europe, explaining what foods were eaten and how they were prepared or cooked. Includes information about events that brought special celebrations and feasts.

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    Ms. Leakey is freaky! / #12

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    GUT

    Ms. Leakey is freaky! / #12

    Gutman, Dan.

    Ella Mentry School hires a health teacher who tries to force the students to eat healthy foods and exercise, whether they want to or not.

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    Tales for very picky eaters

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    SCH

    Tales for very picky eaters

    Schneider, Josh, 1980-

    A father tells outlandish stories while trying to get his young son, who is a very picky eater, to eat foods he thinks he will not like.

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    Woodpecker wants a waffle

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    BRE

    Woodpecker wants a waffle

    Breen, Steve.

    "Benny the woodpecker makes a brilliant plan to eat a tasty plate of waffles"--Provided by publisher.

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    Picture Book - ElementaryPicture Book - Elementary

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    The greedy python

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    BUC

    The greedy python

    Buckley, Richard, 1938-

    A greedy python swallows ten animals whole, and feeling a bit ill coughs them out, leaving him hungry again.

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    I'd really like to eat a child

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    DON

    I'd really like to eat a child

    Donnio, Sylviane.

    One morning Achilles, a young crocodile, insists that he will eat a child that day and refuses all other food, but when he actually finds a little girl, she puts him in his place.

    Due 12/12/19

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    Bread and jam for Frances

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    HOB

    Bread and jam for Frances

    Hoban, Russell.

    Frances decides she likes to eat only bread and jam at every meal until--to her surprise--her parents grant her wish.

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    The seven silly eaters

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    HOB

    The seven silly eaters

    Hoberman, Mary Ann.

    Seven fussy eaters find a way to surprise their mother.

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    Pinkalicious

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    KAN

    Pinkalicious

    Kann, Victoria.

    After eating too many pink cupcakes, Pinkalicious turns pink and enjoys everything about being her favorite color.

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    Custard Surprise

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    LOD

    Custard Surprise

    Lodge, Bernard.

    Two chickens, Dinah and Rufus, find clever ways to serve their diner's customers when every one of them wants something that is not on the menu.

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    The sandwich swap

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    RAN

    The sandwich swap

    Rania, Queen, consort of Abdullah II, King of Jord

    Best friends Lily and Salma disagree over their preferred foods, but after trading sandwiches to see how they taste, the girls change their minds.

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    Ogre eats everything

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    ROB

    Ogre eats everything

    Roberts, Bethany.

    May Belle's friend Ogre likes to eat almost everything in sight, so to get him to stop, she teaches him how to have a good time as she shows him how to plant and tend a garden, how to read, and what to do when feeling bored.

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    Pizza kittens

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    VOA

    Pizza kittens

    Voake, Charlotte.

    Kittens Lucy, Joe, and Bert prefer pizza to peas.

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    A busy creature's day eating

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    WIL

    A busy creature's day eating

    Willems, Mo.

    "A busy creature eats his way through the alphabet!"-- Provided by publisher.

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    I really like slop!

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    WIL

    I really like slop!

    Willems, Mo.

    "Piggie really likes slop. She likes it so much, she wants Gerald to try some! But can Gerald find the courage to do it? Or will the smell alone be too much to handle?"--Provided by publisher.

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