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Eat Your U.S. History Homework


A book of U.S. history and a cookbook all rolled into one great title for any budding young chef.

Eat your way through this cookbook to understand the way our founding fathers, first citizens, and Native Americans lived. With each recipe comes a dash of historical perspective, like the Thanksgiving Succotash that the Wampanoag Indians probably showed the pilgrims how to make at the first Thanksgiving. Munch on bread like soldiers during the French and Indian War did, with Lost Bread, an invention of French soldiers for repurposing stale bread (otherwise known as French toast.) With pictures, cartoons, and fully comprehensive recipes, you can travel through time and connect with Americans of yore - much yummier than flash cards!

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Why They'll love it

  • 6 fantastic historical recipes with step-by-step instructions and pictures
  • Historical cartoons depicting famous scenes and ordinary life more than 200 years ago
  • Classic kitchen tips and a historical review, helping with fact retention

Technical Stuff

  • Ages: 7+
  • Size: 8.5" x 0.5" x 10.25"
  • Weight: 1.25 lbs

About Ten Year Olds

Highly active, clever little people with lots of opinions. They will undoubtedly be sitting by computers, but they also need toys and games to play with and real world objects. They have got stacks of energy so anything involving hurling objects around outside is good. Kites are great at this age as they can start to control them properly. This is the age when they get seriously speedy so you might need to dust off your running shoes if you want to keep up.

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