I Ate Sunshine for Breakfast
Using just the rays of the sun, trees and flowers help create everything from rubber to honey. Find out the powerful science going on in every leaf, petal and stem with vibrant illustrations that will make you look at plants in a whole new way.
From expert ecologist and educator Michael Holland, this illustrated compendium celebrates the plants in your life, from minty toothpaste to the floral names in your classroom. This comprehensive guide covers everything from the parts of a plant through to conservation, and also features DIY projects for young gardeners.
- Vibrant illustrations and fascinating plant facts will captivate young readers
- Explains concepts introduced in Year 2 and 3 studies
- Cross-curricular step-by-step experiments and crafts help readers engage with plants and nature
Philip Giordano is an Italian illustrator born in a small coastal town in Liguria, of Philippine and Swiss descent. He attended the Brera Fine Arts Academy in Milan, the IED (European Institute of Design) and subsequently gained a Masters in Animation Techniques in Turin.
Imprint: Flying Eye Books
Release Date: July 1, 2020
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