Go, Go, Grapes!: A Fruit Chant

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Calling all fruit fanatics! Cheer for healthy eating in this fresh and delectable follow-up to Rah, Rah, Radishes!

Rah, rah, raspberries! Go, go, grapes!
Savor the flavors. Find fruity shapes!
Blackberries. Blueberries. Bag a bunch.
Strawberry season? Let’s munch-a-munch!
Get ready to go bananas at the market, where the aisles are filled ...

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Overview

Calling all fruit fanatics! Cheer for healthy eating in this fresh and delectable follow-up to Rah, Rah, Radishes!

Rah, rah, raspberries! Go, go, grapes!
Savor the flavors. Find fruity shapes!
Blackberries. Blueberries. Bag a bunch.
Strawberry season? Let’s munch-a-munch!
Get ready to go bananas at the market, where the aisles are filled with eye-popping displays of delicious and nutritious fruits. Ripe with a raucous rhyming text and bushels of eye-popping farmer’s market photos, this picture book celebrates the joys of healthy eating. Children will be chanting along in no time—and trying to snatch fruity snacks right off the pages!

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
“Sayre follows up her salute to vegetables (Rah, Rah, Radishes!, 2011) with this rousing chant in favor of fruit.

“Rah, rah, raspberries! / Go, go, grapes! / Savor the flavors. / Find fruity shapes!” With these staccato rhythms and cheerleading words, Sayre sets the stage for one long chant that will have kids clamoring for a fruit snack. Going well beyond (but including) the standard apple, orange, banana, grapes and berries, she entices readers with such exotics as tamarillo, kiwano, guava, rambutan, currant, durian and the wonderfully named dragon fruit. In piles, baskets and boxes brimming with fruit, Sayre shows off the colors and textures, yet she does not shy away from depicting even those specimens that are not completely perfect…. Taken primarily at farmer’s markets, mom-and-pop stores and fruit stands and often including hand-lettered signs proclaiming their farm of origin, her photographs send a subtle message to support local farmers and businesses…. Ah, would that readers could pluck Sayre’s art right off the page and savor its juiciness….even picky eaters are sure to be tempted.”

Kirkus Reviews, April 1, 2012

“This companion to Sayre’s Rah, Rah, Radishes! (S & S, 2011) introduces another important food group. Short, catchy rhyming phrases line nearly full-page photos of fruits…. The rhythm of the text and the size of the images make this book a good choice for sharing with a group…. The book ends with a page on fruit facts and a spread of fruit faces proclaiming: “Fruit is fun!” Kids are bound to agree.”

School Library Journal, June 2012

“A companion to Rah, Rah, Radishes! A Vegetable Chant (2011), Sayre’s newest incantation is a
mouthwatering paean to fruit—from such usual suspects as blueberries and strawberries to more exotic tangelos, tamarillos, durians, persimmons, and kiwanos. Along with enjoying the simple rhymes'
pounding, elemental rhythms (“Figs are fabulous. / Currants call. / Love a lychee— / Fruit eyeball!”),
young audiences can feast their eyes on a set of large, intensely colored close-up photos of each fruit in,
usually, temptingly heaped-up grocery displays. Closing with a giggle-inducing spread of sliced-fruit
smiley faces followed by a final note on fruit’s natural functions and nutritional value, this will not only
forcibly turn storytime into snack time, but should also be a hit whether read alone or aloud, before or after any meal.”

— Booklist, July 1, 2012

From the Publisher
“Sayre follows up her salute to vegetables (Rah, Rah, Radishes!, 2011) with this rousing chant in favor of fruit.

“Rah, rah, raspberries! / Go, go, grapes! / Savor the flavors. / Find fruity shapes!” With these staccato rhythms and cheerleading words, Sayre sets the stage for one long chant that will have kids clamoring for a fruit snack. Going well beyond (but including) the standard apple, orange, banana, grapes and berries, she entices readers with such exotics as tamarillo, kiwano, guava, rambutan, currant, durian and the wonderfully named dragon fruit. In piles, baskets and boxes brimming with fruit, Sayre shows off the colors and textures, yet she does not shy away from depicting even those specimens that are not completely perfect…. Taken primarily at farmer’s markets, mom-and-pop stores and fruit stands and often including hand-lettered signs proclaiming their farm of origin, her photographs send a subtle message to support local farmers and businesses…. Ah, would that readers could pluck Sayre’s art right off the page and savor its juiciness….even picky eaters are sure to be tempted.”

Kirkus Reviews, April 1, 2012

“This companion to Sayre’s Rah, Rah, Radishes! (S & S, 2011) introduces another important food group. Short, catchy rhyming phrases line nearly full-page photos of fruits…. The rhythm of the text and the size of the images make this book a good choice for sharing with a group…. The book ends with a page on fruit facts and a spread of fruit faces proclaiming: “Fruit is fun!” Kids are bound to agree.”

School Library Journal, June 2012

“A companion to Rah, Rah, Radishes! A Vegetable Chant (2011), Sayre’s newest incantation is a

mouthwatering paean to fruit—from such usual suspects as blueberries and strawberries to more exotic tangelos, tamarillos, durians, persimmons, and kiwanos. Along with enjoying the simple rhymes'

pounding, elemental rhythms (“Figs are fabulous. / Currants call. / Love a lychee— / Fruit eyeball!”),

young audiences can feast their eyes on a set of large, intensely colored close-up photos of each fruit in,

usually, temptingly heaped-up grocery displays. Closing with a giggle-inducing spread of sliced-fruit

smiley faces followed by a final note on fruit’s natural functions and nutritional value, this will not only

forcibly turn storytime into snack time, but should also be a hit whether read alone or aloud, before or after any meal.”

— Booklist, July 1, 2012

Kirkus Reviews
Sayre follows up her salute to vegetables (Rah, Rah, Radishes!, 2011) with this rousing chant in favor of fruit. "Rah, rah, raspberries! / Go, go, grapes! / Savor the flavors. / Find fruity shapes!" With these staccato rhythms and cheerleading words, Sayre sets the stage for one long chant that will have kids clamoring for a fruit snack. Going well beyond (but including) the standard apple, orange, banana, grapes and berries, she entices readers with such exotics as tamarillo, kiwano, guava, rambutan, currant, durian and the wonderfully named dragon fruit. In piles, baskets and boxes brimming with fruit, Sayre shows off the colors and textures, yet she does not shy away from depicting even those specimens that are not completely perfect. Several fruits are cut to show off their insides, such as the seeds of the kiwi and pomegranate and the intriguing cross sections of a lychee and mangosteen (readers may find themselves wondering which parts of these are edible). Taken primarily at farmer's markets, mom-and-pop stores and fruit stands and often including hand-lettered signs proclaiming their farm of origin, her photographs send a subtle message to support local farmers and businesses. "Shapes. Textures. Colors. Smells. Fruit is art you can eat!" she marvels in an afterword. Ah, would that readers could pluck Sayre's art right off the page and savor its juiciness. Plan a fruit-buying scavenger hunt after reading this one--even picky eaters are sure to be tempted. (Nonfiction picture book. 3-7)
School Library Journal
Gr 1—This companion to Sayre's Rah, Rah, Radishes! (S & S, 2011) introduces another important food group. Short, catchy rhyming phrases line nearly full-page photos of fruits, ranging from the familiar, like apples, oranges, and, of course, grapes, to the more exotic rambutans, lychee, and persimmons. All of them are pictured in baskets or bunches, the way they would look in the supermarket. This approach presents the types of produce as kids are likely to encounter them. The rhythm of the text and the size of the images make this book a good choice for sharing with a group. However, readers should note that sometimes two fruits share a picture, and it isn't always clear which one is which, so a little bit of pre-storytime research might be in order. The book ends with a page on fruit facts and a spread of fruit faces proclaiming: "Fruit is fun!" Kids are bound to agree.—Heather Talty, formerly at Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School, New York City
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781442433908
  • Publisher: Beach Lane Books
  • Publication date: 5/22/2012
  • Pages: 32
  • Sales rank: 711,390
  • Age range: 3 - 7 Years
  • Product dimensions: 11.10 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

April Pulley Sayre is an award-winning author of more than fifty-five natural history books for children and adults, including Vulture View, illustrated by Steve Jenkins, which won a 2008 Geisel Honor. April and her husband, native plants expert Jeff Sayre, love science and adventure. Visit her online at aprilsayre.com.

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