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I Know Where My Food Goes (Sam's Science)

by Jacqui Maynard

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"I Know Where My Food Goes" is a wonderful book that helps the readers learn about their body and the functions their body parts have. 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. Overall, this is a great book about the digestive system and I would love to share it with my class one day. ( )
  hjaber | Apr 19, 2016 |
I KNOW WHERE MY FOOD GOES is a great book to use during a unit on digestion and how the body works. Students will love the use of a story integrated with factual information about where food goes in our body. The style and organization of this story makes it look and feel like a fiction picture book. The use of a cartoon family as the main characters in the story helps kids feel like they are reading a story and not learning facts about digestion. While there are no true access features in this story, the author used consultants to help verify the facts in the book. ( )
  amartin2787 | Sep 2, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0744572339, Paperback)

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.

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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.

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