I Ate Sunshine for Breakfast
This compendium of fascinating nature facts celebrates the plants that fill our lives; from minty toothpaste to cotton t-shirts. Plant expert Michael Holland explains the process of photosynthesis (how plants eat sunshine . . . for breakfast) and the joyful illustrations are by Philip Giordano.
There are some relatively sophisticated biological principles but does so in an easily comprehensible and digestible way. It also includes some activity suggestions from making a blade of grass squeak like a whistle to harnessing the power of a potato to power a LED light.
Hardback. 124 pages.
21cm x 26.6cm x 1.7cm