My Very First Book of Food
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|Author||: Eric Carle|
|Editor||: Philomel Books|
Here is the perfect gift for young children learning their colors, shapes, and numbers. All four of Eric Carle's popular new split-page board books are now packaged together in a slipcased library. A game as well as a learning experience, these early concept books are both fun and smart. Children can turn the top pages independently from the bottom pages, creating a matching game that offers all the charm of Eric Carle's bright collage illustrations. Collected here are My Very First Book of Colors, My Very First Book of Shapes, My Very First Book of Numbers, and My Very First Book of Words. Irresistible fun for young hands and minds!
|Author||: Nikki McClure|
Known for art that celebrates the virtues of community, hard work, and living gently on the planet, Nikki McClure here explores a topic close to her heart: the farmers market. Alternating between story and fact, this lovingly crafted picture book follows a mother and son to the weekly market. As they check off items on their shopping list, the reader learns how each particular food was grown or produced, from its earliest stages to how it ended up at the market. To Market, to Market is a timely book that shines awareness on the skill that goes into making good food. Praise for To Market, to Market: STARRED REVIEW "These soulful images never feel static—an amazing feat for such a deliberate, painstaking medium." —Kirkus Reviews, starred review AWARD: WINNER: 2012 Washington State Book Award, Children's Picture Books
|Author||: Eric Carle|
Mix and match color pictures detail the various sounds made by cats, cows, owls, and more, in this instructive split cardboard concept book. On board pages.
|Author||: duopress labs|
Do you know where milk and eggs come from? And that protein makes you stronger? This amusing board book, which is shaped like a refrigerator, shows many of the foods you typically find inside one, from plump strawberries and yummy apples to delicious milk, yogurt, fish, tofu, cheese, and many other treats. The playful illustrations and fun text will satisfy all the mini-eaters, hungry bookworms, and curious future chefs out there. Kid foodies rejoice!
|Author||: Caroline Young|
Little children need to learn a huge amount of vocabulary before they start to read, and one of the best ways in which to do that is to share books with them. This vocabulary builder contains over 100 food-themed words, each with a picture. Simply point to a picture and say the word and your child will soon be picking up new vocabulary.
|Author||: Eric Carle|
Two new titles in this popular split-page board-book format from Eric Carle are full of favorite foods and bright animals, and are lots of fun for young children. Full color.
|Author||: Emily Bone|
This is non-fiction for very young children, who will find lots of things to look at and talk about in this highly visual book about what it was like in space. Space is a perennially fascinating subject for very young children who will love learning about spacecraft and exploration -- whilst the rich vocabularly will be invaluable when they start learning to read.
|Author||: Felicity Brooks|
Lots of children don't know where their food comes from and a surprising number of adults aren't sure either This is a simple, first non-fiction book for young children, which will help them to understand where their food comes from.
|Author||: Chris Butterworth|
|Editor||: Candlewick Press|
"Equally informative and appetite-whetting." — The Horn Book One of the best parts of a young child’s day is opening a lunchbox and diving in. But how did that delicious food get there? From planting wheat to mixing dough, climbing trees to machine-squeezing fruit, picking cocoa pods to stirring a vat of melted bliss, here is a clear, engaging look at the steps involved in producing some common foods. Health tips and a peek at basic food groups complete the menu. Back matter includes an index.
|Author||: Bettina Elias Siegel|
|Editor||: Oxford University Press, USA|
It has never been so difficult to raise a healthy eater in America.Along with the picky eating and public tantrums that have forever tested the limits of parental patience, today's parents also fend off sophisticated assaults from outside their kitchens: unhealthy food-marketing campaigns aimed at kids; misleading product labels aimed at parents; and a school-foodprogram so starved for cash that it sells name-brand junk food to grade school students.In Kid Food, nationally recognized food writer Bettina Elias Siegel (New York Times, The Lunch Tray) explores the cultural delusions and industry deceptions that have made it all but impossible to raise a healthy eater in America. Combining first-person reporting with the hard-won understanding of afood advocate and parent, it presents a startling portrayal of the current food landscape for children - and the role of parents in navigating it.Siegel also lifts the curtain on shadowy food industry front-groups, including clever marketing techniques that intentionally confuse parents about a product's nutritional value. (Did you know that "made with real fruit" may mean a product is less healthy?) What emerges is the industry'sdivide-and-conquer strategy, one that stokes kids' desire for junk food while breaking down parents' ability to act as responsible gatekeepers.For anyone who frets over what their child is eating, Kid Food offers both essential reading and a deeper understanding of the factors at play in their child's food environment. Written in the same engaging and relatable voice that has made The Lunch Tray a trusted resource for parents for almost adecade, Kid Food offers a well of compassion - and expertise - for those fighting the good fight at home.
|Author||: Kids Room|
You want to help your children learn Fruits & Vegetables A to Z +Benefits? This Book introduces fruits and vegetables (best pictures) from around the world +Benefits also the help your child to build vocabulary and observational skills. Good Luck !
|Author||: Jim Gaffigan|
|Editor||: Three Rivers Press|
“What are my qualifications to write this book? None really. So why should you read it? Here's why: I'm a little fat. If a thin guy were to write about a love of food and eating I'd highly recommend that you do not read his book.” Bacon. McDonalds. Cinnabon. Hot Pockets. Kale. Stand-up comedian and author Jim Gaffigan has made his career rhapsodizing over the most treasured dishes of the American diet (“choking on bacon is like getting murdered by your lover”) and decrying the worst offenders (“kale is the early morning of foods”). Fans flocked to his New York Times bestselling bookDad is Fat to hear him riff on fatherhood but now, in his second book, he will give them what they really crave—hundreds of pages of his thoughts on all things culinary(ish). Insights such as: why he believes coconut water was invented to get people to stop drinking coconut water, why pretzel bread is #3 on his most important inventions of humankind (behind the wheel and the computer), and the answer to the age-old question “which animal is more delicious: the pig, the cow, or the bacon cheeseburger?”
|Author||: Lisa Bullard|
|Editor||: Lerner Digital ™|
It's food week in Manuel's class. Each student tells about something special his or her family eats. Manuel learns that families have different food traditions. Some eat noodles with chopsticks. Others use a fork. Some families eat flat bread. Others eat puffy bread. What kind of food will Manuel share with his class? Join him to find out how deliciously different and alike food can be.
|Author||: Michael Pollan|
An ecological and anthropological study of eating offers insight into food consumption in the twenty-first century, explaining how an abundance of unlimited food varieties reveals the responsibilities of everyday consumers to protect their health and the environment. By the author of The Botany of Desire. 125,000 first printing.
|Author||: Ella's Kitchen|
|Editor||: Octopus Books|
From the fastest growing baby food brand, the essential guide to weaning your baby - the fun, stress-free, Ella''s Kitchen way. Covering every step of the weaning journey, from six months to a year, The First Foods Book includes more than 130 recipes - from single-veg purees to exciting combinations and full meals. Every one has been rigorously tested to ensure it meets with Ella''s Kitchen nutritional standards. There is also lots of practical advice to give every parent confidence at this key stage of their baby''s development. Top tips and insider advice from nutritionists, baby experts and real mums, dads and carers make weaning easy and stress-free - introducing solids becomes as much of an adventure for parents as it is for the little one whose taste exploration has only just begun. Weekly meal planners show you just what to expect, and there is a pull-out chart included in the book that you can stick on your fridge or wall. The third in the hugely successful Ella''s Kitchen series, The First Foods Book brims with recipes guaranteed to set tiny taste buds alight. With every recipe specifically developed for its nutritional content, as well as for its yummy flavour, and with the Ella''s Kitchen stamp of approval on every page, this is set to become every parent''s must-have guide to weaning.
|Author||: T. Colin Campbell,Thomas M. Campbell (II.)|
|Editor||: BenBella Books|
A guide that cuts through the haze of misinformation and delivers an insightful message to anyone living with or at risk from the following: cancer, diabetes, heart disease, obesity, Alzheimer's disease and /or osteoporosis. Dr Campbell illuminates the connection between nutrition and these often fatal diseases and reveals the natural human diet. He also examines the source of nutritional confusion produced by powerful lobbies, government entities and opportunist scientists. Part medical thriller, part governmental exposé.