5 edition of The story of rice found in the catalog.
The story of rice
Leonard Stout Kenworthy
by J. Messner in New York
Describes the development, growth, and uses of the grain that is the chief food of millions of people.
|Statement||by Leonard S. Kenworthy ; illustrated with photos.|
|LC Classifications||SB191.R5 K387|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||79014906|
Luanne Rice first published a poem in The Hartford Courant's poetry column. About four years later, American Girl Magazine published a short story she wrote. Rice attended Connecticut College until her father became ill. She later received an honorary degree from Connecticut College in The influence of rice on humankind reaches far back in time. Rice has been grown in Asia for the last 7, years. Recent findings in China indicate that this may in fact be 10, years. From the terraces of China to the lowlands of Sri Lanka, it is cultivated on all continents except Antarctica. About half of the world’s population, most of whom live in Asia, depends on rice as a staple food.
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