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Harvest Yearby Cris Peterson
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Most people think of autumn as the time of harvest, but in the United States, the harvesting of food takes place all year long. From carrots in January to strawberries in April to watermelons in July, there is a wonderful and constant diversity of crops. Stunning photographs and a clear and simple text take the reader through the calendar year and show the crops growing and being harvested, as well as children enjoying foods of all shapes, sizes, and colors. The team who created Extra Cheese, Please! now brings you Harvest Year, a phenomenal new book that is as beautiful as it is informative.
Photographs and a simple text take youngsters through the calendar year and show the crops growing and being harvested
A photographic essay about foods that are harvested year-round in the United States.
About the Author
Cris Peterson was named National Dairy Woman of the Year to honor her writing and leadership in agriculture. She lives in Grantsburg, Wisconsin.
Alvis Upitis is a commercial photographer who has collaborated on a number of books with Cris Peterson. He lives in Hawaii
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