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Eat Your Homework Series

Ann McCallum and Leeza Hernandez
Eat Your Math Homework by Ann McCallum (Author); Leeza Hernandez (Illustrator)
Eat Your Science Homework by Ann McCallum (Author); Leeza Hernandez (Illustrator)
Eat Your U.S. History Homework by Ann McCallum (Author); Leeza Hernandez (Illustrator)

Eat Your Homework Series : Titles in Order

Book 3
Examine the birth of America through a delicious lens: FOOD! This history-themed recipe book is third in a scrumptious series and proves that cooking never gets old.

This collection of unique recipes will fill you up with lip-smacking history facts that reveal what cuisine was like for people between the 1600s to the 1800s, during the birth of America. Budding chefs will devour time-period inspired recipes for healthy entrees and snacks, as well as desserts, including Thanksgiving Succotash, Revolutionary Honey-Jumble Cookies, Colonial Cherry-Berry Grunts, and more. History buffs will appreciate the diverse experiences represented, from the Native Americans and the pilgrims, to slaves and plantation owners.


“…some tasty ways for kids to connect with the history curriculum.”
-Booklist
Book 2
Hungry readers discover delicious and distinct recipes in this witty companion to Eat Your Math Homework.

Beginning with an overview of the scientific method and a primer in lab (sorry, kitchen) safety, this light-hearted cookbook will inspire a hunger for knowledge! A main text explains upper-elementary science concepts, including subatomic particles, acids and bases, black holes, and more. Alongside six kid-friendly recipes which encourage experiental learning and visual thinking, side-bars encourage readers to also experiment and explore outside of the kitchen. A review, glossary, and index make the entire book easy to digest.
Book 1
This collection of yummy recipes and fun math facts is sure to tempt taste buds and make young readers hungry for more knowledge!

Begin with an introduction to kitchen safety, then dig in to the main course: a main text introducing math concepts and six kid-friendly recipes, many with fun food activities included! Explore patterns in nature while you chomp on Fibonacci Stack Sticks. Amaze your friends with delicious Variable Pizza Pi! Wash down your geometry assignment with some Milk and Tangram Cookies.

Topics covered include probability, Fibonacci numbers, tessellations, variability, and more.
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