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  • Author:
    Katharine McEwen,Jacqui Maynard
  • ISBN:
    0744562163
  • ISBN13:
    978-0744562163
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  • Publisher:
    Walker Books Ltd; New edition edition (October 8, 1998)
  • Pages:
    29 pages
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    4.8
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Start by marking I Know Where My Food Goes (Sam's Science) as Want to Read . Jacqui Maynard, Katharine McEwen (Illustrator).

Start by marking I Know Where My Food Goes (Sam's Science) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Each Sam's Science book explores an aspect of science through a conversation between young Sam and his . I bought this book to help me with some education for young children about food.

Each Sam's Science book explores an aspect of science through a conversation between young Sam and his mum. In this book, Sam and his mum delve into the soupy gloopy realm of digestion. It has some really useful detail about digestion which will definitely help however I really object to pizza and ice cream being referred to as yummy and vegetables yucky. What are you going to achieve by teaching this? Parents have a hard enough job getting their children to eat veg without reinforcement from a book.

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Bealach an bhia (Eoin Eola). I know where my food goes. Digestion, Digestive System, Digestive system, Gastrointestinal system, Human biology, Juvenile literature, Medicine & nursing.

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It is based on the 1998 book by the author Jacqui Maynard and the illustrator Katharine McEwen.

Other authors: Katharine McEwan (Illustrator). In the story, Sam's mother is preparing dinner, and Sam and his mother talk about the body and where the food goes

Other authors: Katharine McEwan (Illustrator). Sam and his mother discuss the process of digestion, from the parts of the body that are involved to how food is broken down and used. In the story, Sam's mother is preparing dinner, and Sam and his mother talk about the body and where the food goes. I love how organized this book is, it starts from the food entering the body to when the food exits the body. The story is clear and explains the process in a simple way for children to understand. Also, I loved the humorous illustrations, it made the story super enjoyable to read.

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Sam's science" series. Kate Rowan, I Know How We Fight Germs, Walker Books (London, England), 1998, Candlewick Press (Cambridge, MA), 1999. Jacqui Maynard, I Know Where My Food Goes, Walker Books (London, England), 1998, Candlewick Press (Cambridge, MA), 1999. Kate Rowan, I Know Why I Brush My Teeth, Candlewick Press (Cambridge, MA), 1999. Kate Rowan, I Know How My Cells Make Me Grow, Candlewick Press (Cambridge, MA), 1999. Biographical and Critical Sources.

Sam is childishly unscientific, but knows all about saliva and chewing and the tube that runs . by Jacqui Maynard & illustrated by Katharine McEwen.

Sam is childishly unscientific, but knows all about saliva and chewing and the tube that runs from his mouth to his stomach; with a little help from his mother, he covers such hard parts as the oesophagus and intestines. The plot line has an eager Sam reporting what he knows, involving much chewing and chomping, squishing and glopping, while his mother expands the discussion with clear explanations of bodily functions. He and his mother provide science at its simplest, with no small dash of fun. (Picture book.

Each "Sam's Science" book explores an aspect of science through a conversation between young Sam and his mum. In this book, Sam and his mum delve into the soupy gloopy realm of digestion.