Our founder, Amber Stott wrote a book! Food Anatomy Activities
for Kids is like traveling with a passport through the history of
food: we explore fruits, veggies, nuts, and grains–the foods
early gatherers would have eaten. In every chapter, kids take
their learning into the kitchen to create experiments you can
Readers will understand the science behind our food: parts
of a plant, how rice grows, the anatomy of an egg–and how whites
and yolks are used for different purposes in cooking.
From osmosis to emulsions, it’s a delicious journey!
This book was created during a crisis, when cooking has never
been more important. We want kids and families everywhere to
become more confident in the kitchen. This book allows us to
reach children beyond our Sacramento classrooms. Food Anatomy
Activities for Kids will bring a sense of exploration and
joy to young readers.
Ways to Get a Book
The best way to receive a book AND support Food Literacy
Center is to donate through our website. There are two options to
Donate a minimum of $32 today and you’ll receive a signed
copy of our new book Food Anatomy Activities for Kids as a
thank you gift. In addition you’ll fund a free copy for one of
our students in a low-income elementary school. You can also
choose to give more free copies to our kids with a larger
You can also contact your local book seller to order a copy, or
visit Amazon. We do not
receive royalties on book sales so please consider donating via
our website to get a book and support our work. THANK YOU!
Here’s a sneak peek inside our new book Food Anatomy Activities
for Kids! It’s filled with 20 food science experiments and
recipes for kids to get into the kitchen and become food
scientists. Join us for a month of videos demos. Order your book at Amazon.