A Chocolate Bar

A Chocolate Bar

Book - 2006
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Describes how cocoa beans are harvested and processed to form chocolate used to make candy bars and other treats.

Gareth Stevens Pub
An ordinary object can have an extraordinary story when you find out how it's made. This unique series, designed to support the early science curriculum, presents everyday objects as the remarkable accomplishments of nature, science, and manufacturing they truly are. Clear, accurate facts and loads of full-color photos guide young readers through the step-by-step development of each object. Then the entire process, from raw materials through production, is summarized in a fun Follow It Through feature near the end of each book.

Publisher: Milwaukee, WI : Gareth Stevens Pub., 2006
Edition: North American edition
ISBN: 9780836862935
Branch Call Number: J 664 RIDLE
Characteristics: 32 pages : illustrations (some color), 1 color map ; 28 cm
Notes: Includes index
Originally published: London : Franklin Watts, 2005


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