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References and resources

*Alty, Bev. “Chips”. School Journal, Part 3 Number 1, 1989.

Appleby, P. and J. Tilley. Foodwise: Books A and B. Christchurch: User Friendly Resources, 1996.

*Brown, M. “Stone Soup”. School Journal, Part 2 Number 4,1978.

*Buxton, Jane. “Leila’s Lunch”. School Journal, Part 1 Number 4, 1996.

*Carle, Eric. The Very Hungry Caterpillar. London: Hamilton Press, 1970.

*Cowley, Joy. A Monster Sandwich. Auckland: Shortland Publications, 1983.

*Cowley, Joy. The Monsters’ Party. Auckland: Shortland Publications, 1989.

*Crook, Gillian. “Make Bread”. School Journal, Part 3 Number 3, 1978.

*de Bono, Edward. Six Thinking Hats for Schools:  Teacher Resource Book 1. Cheltenham,Victoria: Hawker Brownlow Education, 1992.

Gourley, G. A Little of Lots. Auckland: The National Heart Foundation of New Zealand, 1993.

Home Economics Institute of Australia Inc. A Guide to Developing Resources for Good Practice in Food and Nutrition Education. Queensland, Australia: Commonwealth Department of Health, 1997.

*Hughes, Ivan. “Making Rewena Bread”. School Journal, Part 1Number 4, 1987.

*Lasenby, Jack. “Uncle Trev and His Famous Bread”. School Journal, Part 3 Num­ber 1, 1991.

Ministry of Education. Choice Food!: Food and Nutrition:Years 7–8. Welling­ton: Learning Media, 1999.

*Ministry of Health. Child Health Programme Review. Wellington: Ministry of Health,1998.

Ministry of Health. Food Fantastic: Eating for Healthy Children (2–12 Years). Wellington: Ministry of Health, 1997.

National Nutrition Education in Schools Project. Food and Nutrition in Action: A Curriculum Development Package. Carlton, South Victoria: Curriculum Corporation, 1996.

*Prendeville, Marie. “The Biggest Potato in the World”. School Journal, Part 3 Number 2, 1974.

Ridgwell, Jenny. Working with Food in Primary Schools. London: Ridgwell Press, 1994.

*Vaughan, Marcia. The Sandwich That Max Made. Auckland: Shortland Publica­tions, 1989.

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National Heart Foundation of New Zealand. Teaching Notes For Use With Yummy Food Poster.

*New Zealand Vegetable and Potato Growers Federation (Vegfed). Lots of Ve­gies for Children (VF122), More Vegies for Children (VF123).

*5+ a Day. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables 5+ a Day Week: 1998 Activities.

References specifically referred to or quoted from in the text are indicated with an asterisk (*).


The Ministry of Education would like to thank all those who contributed to the development of this book, in particular the principal writers, Primrose Appleby and Barbara Dicker.

The photograph on the cover is by Megan Gare; all others are by Brigid Cottrell.

The illustrations on pages 12 and 13 are reproduced with permission from Te Hotu Manawa Màori and The Heart Foundation/Te Hotu Manawa Whanui.