I think of this book as a time capsule a grade-schooler would bury. The treasure lies forgotten, only to be dug up decades later. Each page is a discovery connecting us with Tucker's life. Picking up Everything I Ate is a bit like stealing your sister's diary, but not getting grounded for learning all her secret indulgences, which turn out to be strikingly similar to our own. A concise and systematic design was the objective. 376 pages, 5 1/4 x 6 3/4, perfect-bound, 4-color.