What’s in Your Fast Food? Series
by Rosen Publishing

Series Review
Readers are introduced to the production of over-processed, high-calorie, preservative-filled fast foods as well as their historical origins, preparation, and ingredients in these focused volumes. Sullivan discusses the health risks of overeating and the need to monitor calorie input and output, the differences between natural and artificial preservatives, and how to read nutrition fact labels. Suggestions for healthier versions of the featured foods (such as topping a hot dog with vegetables or using whole-wheat buns for hamburgers) are included. Clean, captioned, color photos break up the texts. With a message that fast food is best enjoyed in moderation, these no-nonsense titles will get kids thinking before they bite.—School Library Journal

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