"Told in Rhyme with hilarious illustrations, this book wonders how different animals would react when they try new foods." —I'm Not the Nanny
Did you ever wonder why we eat what we do?
And why we turn up our nose at something new?
Why some people like what others don't?
Why some people eat what others won't?
Do you think that's true of other creatures too?
Do Mice Eat Rice? is a witty, rhyming story by author Al Wight, with humorous and imaginative illustrations by Roger Clarke. Children are encouraged by this multicultural children's book to consider what animals might or might not eat, and by extension, what other people in different parts of the world from different cultures eat that is very different from what we do. Children will learn to eat lots of new foods and be introduced to new animals, in a fun way.
|Edition description:||1st Edition, Hardcover with Jacket|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Al Wight's inspiration for writing books started when he needed to assist his son, Bill, to learn to read and write. Later, when Director of Rehabilitation at a school for delinquent children, he further developed his techniques to help young people Improve their abilities to read and write. Al's books are based on rhymes and rhyming and when read by parents can be an immense pleasurable activity for both children and parents.
Roger Clarke is an Australian art director currently based in Asia. Roger is a talented and creative artist with a varied career that spans Asia, the Middle East, and Australia, heading art departments of international advertising companies and winning numerous awards.
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