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Published by Lerner Publishing Group, Inc. in Minneapolis .
Written in English


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FormatE-book
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Open LibraryOL24288023M
ISBN 109780761346692
OCLC/WorldCa250539943

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A boy was very crazy about chocolate and he wants to grew a chocolate tree. once upon a time there was a boy name Adam who live in a small village. Ada. Ever wonder where chocolate came from? We have the Mayan king Kukulk??n to thank. Kukulk??n is more than a king???he is also a god. One day he brings his people an amazing gift: a chocolate tree! But there is just one problem. Kukulk??n's brother, Night Jaguar, doesn't want regular people to have chocolate. He thinks only gods should eat the tempting treat. I bought this book for my 8yr old daughter who studied the ancient Mayans/history of cocoa at school. She loved it, and the teacher loved it so much she didn't only base a lot of their work around the book, but also got her own copy. They even had a chocolatier come in and make a chocolate tree with them!/5(10).   Or will the Mayans get to keep their chocolate tree? Special offers and product promotions. Amazon Business: For business-exclusive pricing, quantity discounts and downloadable VAT invoices. Create a free account. Also check our best rated Children’s Book reviews. Buy this product and stream 90 days of Amazon Music Unlimited for free. /5(36).

The Chocolate Tree chronicles the natural and cultural history of Theobroma cacao and explores its ecological niche. Tracing cacao’s journey out of the rain forest, into pre-Columbian gardens, and then onto plantations adjacent to rain forests, Young describes the production of this essential crop, the environmental price of Europeanized cultivation, and ways that current Cited by: The Chocolate Tree chronicles the natural and cultural history of Theobroma cacao and explores its ecological niche. Tracing cacao's "journey" out of the rain forest, into pre-Columbian gardens, and then onto plantations adjacent to rain forests, Allen M. Young describes the production of this essential crop, explaining how the seeds are extracted from the large, colorful pods.5/5(2). Coe's The True History of Chocolate is a blending between genres, while not entirely a textbook it is still very informative and well written. Coe presents the history of chocolate as a story, in the sense that the reader follows the origins of cacao from an indigenous Mexican crop to one of the most popular commodities of the 20th century/5(). The Chocolate Tree by Linda Lowery - book, teaching resources, story, cards, mat, sequencing, primary resources, play, Early Years (EYFS), KS1 & KS2 Primary Teaching.

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