Where Does My Food Come From? by Annabel Karmel illustrated by Alex Willmore
From farm to fork - find out how your favourite foods are grown and made
Annabel Karmel reigns as the UK’s No.1 children’s cookery author and world-leading expert on devising delicious, nutritious meals for children and families. She received an MBE in 2006 for her outstanding work in the field of child nutrition. Where Does My Food Come From? is Annabel’s first picture book packed with information about how a child’s favourite foods are grown and made.
Find out how eggs, cheese, tomatoes, pasta, strawberries, honey and chocolate are grown and made. Where Does My Food Come From? is a jam-packed trail of food discovery, filled with crafty activities, fun experiments, mind-boggling foodie facts and yummy original recipes from Annabel Karmel. Paired with illustrations by award-winning illustrator of The Runaway Pea, Alex Willmore.
Where Does My Food Come From? is an important book which will help children better understand the role food plays and the impact on the planet of their food choices. For children aged 4+ (and their adults too) and great to get children up-close to the ingredient they’ve been learning about for a super rewarding foodie experience.
We’re giving away 100 packs to libraries, but would like to encourage you to also start gathering your own display material – this could include empty egg boxes, packs of pasta, etc. We would also like you to engage local producers in potentially providing materials for display and you could also make this a focal point for food collection in the library working with your local food bank.
The 100 packs will include:
- Printed recipe cards, sticker sheets and 2 x A3 posters
- Downloadable activity sheets
- We are also offering one very special Q&A event with Annabel Karmel and would like to receive pitches for this. Priority will be given to a library who can guarantee a big audience and the ability to sell books. Please pitch here.
You can order these brilliant packs until 5 September (but they may sell out before this date).
Orders for one activity pack per library only.
Please note, if you order a pack you are agreeing to use the materials within your library and to send photos using #WhereDoesMyFoodComeFrom? and tagging @KidsWelbeck and @AnnabelKarmel on Twitter and @WelbeckKids and @AnnabelKarmel on Instagram and send feedback to Kathleen Ktorides by 28 October.
Orders for one pack per library only. If you are ordering more than one pack (to disperse to other libraries in your region) you need to also email firstname.lastname@example.org to notify her of the individual library names that the packs will be used at. Alternatively, you can do individual orders for each library in the shop.
Please note, if you do not include a library or school name and use a personal email address your order may be cancelled.
The publisher will be dispatching your resources. They will receive a dispatch list with your contact name and work address (which you give) for delivery. They will only deliver the pack requested and the dispatch list will then be deleted after the packs have been sent.