Chefs

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Capstone, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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What do fire fighters do? How does a carpenter help the community? What skills do chefs need? These questions and more are answered in this engaging series about people in the community. From doctors to police officers, these workers provide services young readers are sure to recognize. Full-color photographs and detailed information about duties, tools, clothing, and safety provide a solid introduction to roles in the community. Each title includes a glossary and index. Also included is a schedule that covers a typical day while doing the specific job. This schedule integrates time-telling skills with tools, clothing, and duties. Also included is a Want to Know More? section for additional resources and a Did You Know? section filled with fun facts.
 

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Contents

What Do Chefs Do?
How Do Chefs Help?
What Do They Wear? 17
What Problems Do They Face? 23
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About the author (2000)

Quiri is a graduate of Afred University of upstate New York has a degree in elementary education and teaches second grade in the Pinellas County school system.

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