Unconventional Science: Eating Bugs as Sustainable Food

Unconventional Science: Eating Bugs as Sustainable Food

Author - Cecilia Pinto McCarthy

Unconventional Science: Eating Bugs as Sustainable Food
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Read about the science behind raising and eating bugs and why eating bugs might help feed more people around the world.

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8-10
45-60 mins
48
Core Library an imprint of ABDO Publishing
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 English
 9781532172243

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