Annotations for Science of a Loaf of Bread : The Science of Changing Properties


Baker & Taylor
An innovative series with engaging sidebars, colorful photography, and labeled diagrams uses familiar, everyday objects to present science concepts such as sound, motion, states of matter, and other science curriculum topics.

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Baker & Taylor
Bread is a staple food in many countries. Just a few simple ingredients--flour, yeast, and water--become a crusty, tasty loaf in the oven. Learn about the physical and chemical changes that happen between the mixing bowl and the serving plate.

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Baker & Taylor
Uses the example of bread to explore the properties of matter and how they change, discussing how wheat becomes flour, how yeast causes bread to rise, the effect of heat, and how the body digests bread.

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Gareth Stevens Pub
Bread is a staple food in many countries. Just a few simple ingredients--flour, yeast, and water--become a crusty, tasty loaf in the oven. Are you hungry for the facts? Bite into The Science of a Loaf of Bread to learn about the physical and chemical changes that happen between the mixing bowl and the serving plate.

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