Now I Eat My ABC's

Now I Eat My ABC's

by Pam Abrams
     
 

Now it's time to eat the ABC's!From blueberries to grapes, noodles to watermelon, this book is stuffed with fun, kid-friendly foods. On each full-color spread are photos of foods that begin with and form letters: a B is made out of blueberries, an O is made out of an orange, a Z is made out of zucchini sticks, and more!Babies will love the pastel colors and the… See more details below

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Now it's time to eat the ABC's!From blueberries to grapes, noodles to watermelon, this book is stuffed with fun, kid-friendly foods. On each full-color spread are photos of foods that begin with and form letters: a B is made out of blueberries, an O is made out of an orange, a Z is made out of zucchini sticks, and more!Babies will love the pastel colors and the big, bold letters. Toddlers will enjoy identifying the letters and the foods. And parents will find new foods for their little ones to try, as well as a new way to teach the alphabet!

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Publishers Weekly
Little fingers will want to explore new and reissued board titles. The delicious Now I Eat My ABC's by Pam Abrams, illus. by Bruce Wolf, tempts youngsters to learn the alphabet with two letters per page, each constructed from edibles that begin with the appropriate letter. Entr es-er, entries-are served up for young gourmets ("U is for Udon noodles") and picky eaters alike ("F is for French fries"), and all photographs appear against pastel backgrounds, cleanly organized in rectangular shapes with rounded corners. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
Children's Literature
In this sturdy board book, toddlers are introduced to the twenty-six letters of the alphabet through photographs of the letters formed with foods that begin with the appropriate letter. Many are the foods that a child will have encountered such as French fries and peas. Some are more ethnic such as quesadilla, taco and udon noodles and some are a stretch such as "x-tra cheese." The photographs are clear. The letters are shown in upper and lower case and the food word beginning with that letter is bolded in the text. There are other things in the pictures to elicit further discussion and young kids will probably enjoy pointing to all the food that they recognize. 2004, Scholastic, Ages 1 to 3.
—Marilyn Courtot

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780439649421
Publisher:
Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date:
08/04/2004
Pages:
14
Sales rank:
875,744
Product dimensions:
6.88(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.44(d)
Age Range:
2 - 3 Years

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