Is big agricultural, otherwise known as "corporate farming" ([...] paying people like Gail Gibbons to write children's books? I do NOT recommend The Vegetables We Eat by Gail Gibbons. It is extremely entrenched in unintuitive, mediocre gardening techniques as well as several pages dedicated to big agriculture, soybeans and corn are big featured "vegetables" (corn is a grain) and how it takes big trucks to carry the vegetables many miles away from where they were grown and the large refrigerators that are required to store the food--not in a critical way, but as "the way it is". The vegetables that are in the book are typical of what you will find at a big box store; iceberg lettuce being the FEATURED leafy vegetable. If you are in education, a garden teacher or a parent, I highly recommend REMOVING this book from your book lists.