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The Boy Who Ate America

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MCA Silver Award
Author(s): Nathan Smith Jones
Audience: families

This picture book teaches children and adults that acquiring things won't bring us lasting peace and happiness. Rather, the only way to be truly fulfilled is to feed our souls by feasting upon ""he Word." He sprinkled Virginia all over the coast, Then swallowed New York like a cinnamon toast. He had Boston with beans and Houston with ham Salt Lake City with Jell-O and L.A. with Spam. He munched on the Redwoods like chips and some dip, Then washed it all down with the ol'' Mississip... In a raft with his mom and nothing to do, He still felt so hungry, and GUILTY now, too! Water and water was all he could see. He still wasn't full. What else could there be? "Son, maybe your body's not hungry a bit," She said, wiping part of Detroit from his lip. "We're all hungry, Son," she started to say. "Your body and soul need food every day."

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