Food and Recipes of China

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
Young readers can sink their teeth into this unique world tour. Featuring safe, clear directions and accessible ingredients, these books will offer a smorgasbord of recipes designed for young chefs. While things are heating up, chefs can do some reading up on the background of the country whose cuisine is being introduced. An interactive way for kids to learn about other cultures through cooking, this is an invaluable resource for your school's international-day activities. Students can cook their own food for thought with an exciting new series that brings kids into the kitchen, and far beyond it!
 

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Contents

What Is a Comet? 5
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Where Do Comets Come From? 6
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Parts of a Comet 9
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The Orbit of a Comet
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Halleys Comet 13
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What Is an Asteroid? 14
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How Many Asteroids Are There? 17
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What Is a Meteor? 18
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Meteor Showers and Meteorites 21
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IB Using Spacecrafts to Learn About Comets 22
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1O Chinese Food in America
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Index 24
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