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Fruits Are Fun

Fruits Are Fun

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FruitsAre Fun
Amanda Rondeau
FruitsAre Fun
Amanda Rondeau
Consulting EditorMonica Marx, M.A./Reading Specialist
Published by SandCastle
, an imprint of ABDO Publishing Company, 4940 Viking Drive,Edina, Minnesota 55435.Copyright © 2003 by Abdo Consulting Group, Inc. International copyrights reserved in allcountries. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form without written permissionfrom the publisher. SandCastle
is a trademark and logo of ABDO Publishing Company.Printed in the United States.CreditsEdited by: Pam PriceCurriculum Coordinator: Nancy TuminellyCover and Interior Design and Production: Mighty MediaPhoto Credits: Comstock, Corbis Images, Image 100, Image Source, PhotoDiscLibrary of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataRondeau, Amanda, 1974-Fruits are fun / Amanda Rondeau.p. cm. -- (What should I eat?)Summary: A simple introduction to the fruit group of foods and why fruits areimportant for us to eat.ISBN 1-57765-834-51. Fruit--Juvenile literature. 2. Nutrition--Juvenile literature. [1. Fruit. 2. Nutrition.] I.Title.TX557 .R56 2002641.3’4--dc212002018366
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