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Where Did My Clothes Come From? (Exploring the Everyday) (Hardcover)

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Description


Fun retro illustrations entice kids to follow the thread and learn where their clothes had their start—and how they were put together.

Did you know that the cotton for your jeans was picked from a bush? How did the colorful wool in your sweater get from a sheep’s back to a ball of yarn? Where did your soccer uniform, your rain boots, and your fleece jacket come from? And what does recycling plastic bottles have to do with anything? Visit farms, forests, and factories all over the world to find out how everything you wear has a story behind it. Back matter includes an author’s note, an illustrator’s note, a bibliography, and an index.

About the Author


Chris Butterworth is the author of How Did That Get in My Lunchbox? She also wrote Sea Horse: The Shyest Fish in the Sea, a John Burroughs Nature Books for Young Readers Selection, and many other nonfiction books for young readers. Chris Butterworth lives in Cornwall, England.

Lucia Gaggiotti is the illustrator of How Did That Get in My Lunchbox? A graphic designer, packager, and illustrator, she lives in London.

Praise For…


This engaging account will wear well in any collection.
—Kirkus Reviews

Global and multicultural details make this a great offering for a study on world cultures as well as an obvious readaloud introduction on the science of everyday things. Burgeoning fashionistas and young scientists alike will find plenty of fun facts in this clever compendium.
—Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books

Well designed and engaging, this is a valuable offering.
—School Library Journal

Cool, retro illustrations will bring joy to the faces of those becoming more knowledgeable about the world.
—ForeWord


Product Details
ISBN: 9780763677503
ISBN-10: 0763677507
Publisher: Candlewick
Publication Date: August 4th, 2015
Pages: 32
Language: English
Series: Exploring the Everyday