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Food first curriculum for grade 6 students

by Laurie Rubin

Foreword by

Frances Moore Lappé

An integrated curriculum to help Grade 6 students learn the paths of the food they eat, the roots of hunger here and abroad, and how they can act locally on a global problem; with modifications for Grades 4-5 and 7-8

Institute for Food and Development Policy

San Francisco, California U.S.A.

Copyright ©1984 by Institute for Food and Development Policy

All rights reserved.

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ISBN: 0-955028-17-X

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Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data

Rubin, Laurie, l956

Design and Illustrations: Constance King

Illustrations: Tom Schneider