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George Ancona is an author and photographer. His photographs have appeared in many children's books, including JOIN HANDS, THE PINATA MAKER/EL PINATERO, and OLE FLAMENCO!, the last two of which he wrote. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Discusses the many different eating customs that exist around the world, from eating with chopsticks in Asian countries, scooping food with the fingers in India, to using a tortilla in Mexico as a plate, spoon, or napkin.
About the Author
We all need to eat in order to live, but not everyone goes about eating a meal the same way. Simple text and fun photographs answer the questions: who, when, how, what, where, and why we eat, introducing readers to a feast of food traditions from around the world.