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A lively look at materials and technological processes for young children, with stylish illustrations.

A lively look at materials and technological processes for young children, with stylish illustrations. The sequel to Lunchbox: The Story of Your Food looks at the processes involved in making the clothes we wear. It traces the journey of a bale of cotton from the field where it was harvested to the factories where it is cleaned, carded and combed, dyed, spun into thread, then woven into cloth and made into a pair of jeans. It also shows how wool is turned into a jumper, artificial fibres created for a football kit, a party dress made out of silk, plastic bottles recycled into a fleece, and how latex from rubber trees becomes a pair of wellies. This fascinating book on technological processes succeeds in being young, child-centred and friendly, but also packs in an enormous amount of information.

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About Chris Butterworth

Chris Butterworth is the author of over seventy books, mostly non-fiction, and has written on subjects as diverse as disasters, hiccups, basketball and snakes. She has written a number of non-fiction titles for Walker, including Where Do Clothes Come From and Lunchbox: The Story of Your Food, winner of the American Farm Bureau's Book of the Year. She lives i...

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Chris Butterworth is the author of over seventy books, mostly non-fiction, and has written on subjects as diverse as disasters, hiccups, basketball and snakes. She lives in Penzance, Cornwall.

Lucia Gaggiotti is a graphic designer, packager and illustrator whose illustrations of food have been used by many food companies in London, including Carluccio's a...

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