Readers can follow a group of third and fourth graders as they take a tour of the Tutta Pasta factory watching as the flour is shot into the mixing machine, the dough is pressed, and the pasta is packaged.
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Grade 3-5-- A trip through the Tutta Pasta Factory in New York shows a group of students how this popular food is made. The process is described, from mixing the ingredients in large machines to trucking great quantities of pasta and sauces to stores in a truck. Health and cleanliness procedures are described. The text is clear, the style is straightforward. The full-color photographs support the text, but are monopolized by the children, who call more attention to themselves than to the subject at hand. It is an adequate, if unexciting, book, and is the only one available on the subject. --Carolyn Jenks, formerly at Oyster River Elementary School, Durham, NH
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"A good, utilitarian title for libraries needing information on the subject." (Booklist, ALA)
"A group of children take a tour of the Tutta Pasta factory in New York City. Enthusiastically well written and illustrated with many color photographs of the children, machines, and pasta." (Horn Book)
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Descrizione libro Houghton Mifflin, 1992. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0395601975