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Full of Beans; Henry Ford Grows a Car

6/5/2017

Henry Ford made cars, but this story isn't just about his cars. It's about one car and a lot of soybeans. Ford incorporated soybeans into every part of his life: he ate beans, he wore beans, and he wanted to drive beans. So Ford created his most innovative car yet--one that was full of beans.

Auntie Yang's Great Soybean Picnic

2/12/2015

Auntie Yang discovers something special in the crop field and has a soybean picnic, and a new tradition.

Awesome Agriculture Soybeans; An A-Z Book

2/8/2015

Part of the Awesome Agriculture series, the A-Z books introduce specific topics in agriculture to young children by using vocabulary words for every letter in the alphabet. At the end of each A-Z book, an activities section suggests fun things to do that will continue the learning process.

Beans Life Cycles

2/4/2015

This book is all about beans and their life cycle.

Coolbean the Soybean

1/31/2015

Meet Coolbean the Soybean! He's a super bean, but he has something very important in common with kids everywhere. He needs the support and knowledge of his family and friends, including an awesome farmer and some smart scientists to grow up.

Pod to Plate

1/27/2015

Learn more about each stage of a soybean plant's life, complete with beautiful, modern photos.

Soybeans in the Story of Agriculture

1/23/2015

Part of the Awesome Agriculture series, this book introduces children to the concepts of soybean production, processing, distribution, marketing, and consumerism. An accompanying educator guide is also available.

The Super Soybean

1/19/2015

Readers will be amazed to learn how much contact they have in their daily lives with soy. As the author notes, the versatile bean is used in foods, plastics, medicines, fuels, inks, crayons, and zillions of other products!

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