The further we advance technologically, the further we move away from truly understanding where our food comes from. And that disconnect from “farm to fork” only widens with each generation that’s born into a world where everything we need is in a giant Supermarket — packaged and ready to eat.
Most modern kids aren’t raising and growing their own food. They don’t understand the life behind their meals. They don’t question how their food came to be, or even what kind of ingredients they’re putting into their bodies.
Yet as parents, we have a responsibility to close that divide. To teach them about their food and create healthy attitudes about nutrition, agriculture, and sustainability.
If this is a goal of yours, here are 10 children’s books to add to your collection: