Bread Bread Bread

by Ann Morris

Paperback, 1992



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Scholastic Paperbacks (1992)


Celebrates the many different kinds of bread and how it may be enjoyed all over the world.

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LibraryThing member rsamet
This is a photo-essay about bread in different countries, in picture book format--as such there is not really a plot. Different types of bread and baking are shown, with an emphasis on how bread is good for you. The text is sparse and in a large font, designed for beginning readers, ages 4-5. There
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is a 2-page spread at the end that explains each photograph and tells which country it is from; this was, in my opinion, the best part of the book.
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LibraryThing member cadyVdean
bread from all over the world.
LibraryThing member krf76
I gave this book 4 stars because I don't think it is in the right format for the age group it was written for. It was a paperback book with thin pages. I think because of the content it should have been a board book for babies and toddlers. I think that all age groups could learn from it but ii
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needs to be a board book. I had several informational books like this when I was growing up. You could use this book while teaching a unit about bread, or when teaching that people in other countries like things that we like just in a different form!
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LibraryThing member aevans1
This little book talks about bread. There aren't very many words, but the few that there are augment a child's vocabulary, yet are easy to understand. The most important part of this book are the pictures. Using pictures of people all over the world eating all kinds of different bread, helps
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children to begin to understand the bigger world around them. The book also illustrates how even though some things are the same, they can also be quite different.
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LibraryThing member rrossi1
This book is all about bread. Even better, it's about bread all over the world! Each picture is from a different country, and they all show people eating bread. The sentence structure is typical for a children's book, especially the sentence that says "skinny bread, fat bread, round flat bread,
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bread with a hole, crunchy bread, lunchy bread...and bread to soak up your egg." It's has a rhyme structure some of the time, and that is absolutely perfect for an informational book like this. The actual message of this book is probably that all cultures can be connected by something as simple as bread!
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LibraryThing member jessica_5906
The book shows baking, consuming, and selling breads within many cultures around the world.

Ages: 4-6

Source: Pierce College Library
LibraryThing member awalls4
I like this book because of the simplicity of the text and the images used throughout the book. Each page contains only one sentence or begins with a sentence that is then completed on the next page. I think this makes the book an easy read. By starting a sentence on one page and not ending it
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until the next page, it engages the reader to keep reading. For example, on page 10 it states, “crunchy bread, lunchy bread…” then on page 11 it completed the sentence with, “and bread to soak up your egg.” Along with the simple text, the book provides pictures throughout the book to give a clear and detailed image of the types of bread that are being described. My favorite part of the book is the very end. At the very end of the book there is an index. The index includes page numbers and descriptions about the types of bread on that page by listing bread from different countries. For example, on page 8 there is a picture and in the index it states, “Indonesia: This American-style sliced white bread is made by a bakery in Surabaya, Indonesia.” This book helps to demonstrate the different traditions with bread that people posses around the world. Each part of the world uses bread for multiple reasons and some are even well known for their products. I think the central message of the book is just to inform readers on the topic of bread and the variations of how it is used around the world.
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LibraryThing member StephanieVega
This book informs children about different breads that are found around the world. The book talks about how the breads are made, sold, and consumed.

Ages: 4-5

Source: Pierce College
LibraryThing member iceangel456
shows childre the process of baking bread
LibraryThing member jfoster_sf
Great book that shows a different country on each page and kids eating different types of bread-fun book
LibraryThing member mvasquez7943
Show the typical breads around the world and how some of it is the main food in certain areas without much. Shows great pictures of different places and bread that is offered there and places to go to get bread.
LibraryThing member fuzzytoaster77
Bread is enjoyed all around the world. "Bread, Bread, Bread" shows different types of bread as well as different cultures that make and eat them.

Ages: 4-6
Source: Pierce College Library
LibraryThing member AkiraMaciOreo
Bread, Bread, Bread By: Ann Morris Photographs By: Ken Heyman
This book would be a good unit book in my opinion. It take a child through may cultures ( ours included) It shows how bread is made, eaten, and sold and shared.
LibraryThing member shantetwatson
Talks about bread from different places around the world.
LibraryThing member Karen_Curtis_Wood
A book about bread around the world. Very nice pictures.
LibraryThing member Emilymassey
This book is all about bread. All the different types of bread from around the world. Flat bread, round bread, and bread with holes. Also explains the different textures that bread has. The pictures of real people around the world show the reader what the book is saying.
LibraryThing member caseymdaniels
"Bread, Bread, Bread" depicts the various types of bread eaten all over the world by different people, and gives a look into the way different cultures do things.
Ages: 3-6
Source: Pierce County Library System
LibraryThing member junludai
This book show many different types of bread in many places in the world by some real pictures.
LibraryThing member engpunk77
It would be a good book to have on hand during the Bread Communion at church, or during that whole month. The text is ultra-simple (made for preschoolers) and is primarily comprised of photographs of people (from many cultures) eating many types of bread. I liked how the appendix gives more
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information about each photo and the type of bread featured.
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LibraryThing member wichitafriendsschool
Bread is a food enjoyed by people in all parts of the world. Its many shapes, sizes, textures, and colors are as varied as the people who eat it. This photographic round-the-world tour provides a glimpse into the rich variety of world cultures, as well as an informative look at an important food
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that everyone agrees is as necessary as water and air.
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