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eBook Eating the Alphabet: Fruits Vegetables from A to Z (Harcourt Brace Big Book) ePub

by Lois Ehlert

eBook Eating the Alphabet: Fruits  Vegetables from A to Z (Harcourt Brace Big Book) ePub
Author: Lois Ehlert
Language: English
ISBN: 0152009027
ISBN13: 978-0152009021
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers; First edition (March 31, 1994)
Pages: 40
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 264
Formats: mobi rtf mbr txt
ePub file: 1184 kb
Fb2 file: 1772 kb

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This appetizing alphabet book shows fruits and vegetables so juicy and alive, you'll wish they could jump off the page and into your mouth. 7. Eating the Alphabet: Fruits and Vegetables from A to Z. Lois Ehlert. Even vegetable haters will find it hard to resist the vibrantly colored collage illustrations, which make each item look fascinating and appealing. Published by Harcourt Childrens Books (1994). ISBN 10: 0152009027 ISBN 13: 9780152009021.

This book helps to educate children about the different fruits and vegetables for every letter of the alphabet

This book helps to educate children about the different fruits and vegetables for every letter of the alphabet. It has inspired my children to want to try new fruits and vegetables that they've never had before. We have also been able to identify fruits and vegetables in the produce section at the grocery store that we might have once overlooked. One of my daughters actually requested Brussels sprouts after reading this book for the first time.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Eating the Alphabet: Fruits and Vegetables . While teaching uppercase and lowercase letters to preschoolers, Ehlert also introduces fruits and vegetables from around the world.

While teaching uppercase and lowercase letters to preschoolers, Ehlert also introduces fruits and vegetables from around the world. A glossary at the end provides interesting facts about each plant. Full-color illustrations. Harcourt Brace International. My children love this colorful book, Eating the Alphabet, by Lois Ehlert

This appetizing alphabet book shows fruits and vegetables so juicy and alive, you'll wish they could jump off the page and into your mouth. My children love this colorful book, Eating the Alphabet, by Lois Ehlert. This book helps to educate children about the different fruits and vegetables for every letter of the alphabet.

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This appetizing alphabet book shows fruits and vegetables so juicy and alive, you'll wish they could jump . Lois Ehlert's Eating the Alphabet: Fruits & Vegetables from A to Z contains illustrations of 74 fruits and vegetables, from the everyday apple to the exotic jicama

This appetizing alphabet book shows fruits and vegetables so juicy and alive, you'll wish they could jump off the page and into your mouth. Lois Ehlert's Eating the Alphabet: Fruits & Vegetables from A to Z contains illustrations of 74 fruits and vegetables, from the everyday apple to the exotic jicama. Each letter of the alphabet is represented in large serif font in uppercase and lowercase and is represented by illustrations of one to eight fruits and vegetables. The illustrations are captioned with spellings of each fruit and vegetable, once in all uppercase and once in all lowercase.

While teaching upper- and lowercase letters to preschoolers, Ehlert introduces fruits and vegetables from around the world. A glossary at the end provides interesting facts about each food. Related Units and Lessons. Classify and Categorize Kindergarten Unit. Type or copy and paste each student on a new line. Example: Adam Smith Harriet Tubman Alexander Hamilton Shel Silverstein Eleanor Roosevelt Italo Calvino.

While teaching upper- and lowercase letters to preschoolers, Ehlert introduces fruits and vegetables from around the world. A glossary at the end provides interesting facts about each food.
Kelenn
My children love this colorful book, Eating the Alphabet, by Lois Ehlert. This book helps to educate children about the different fruits and vegetables for every letter of the alphabet. It has inspired my children to want to try new fruits and vegetables that they've never had before. We have also been able to identify fruits and vegetables in the produce section at the grocery store that we might have once overlooked. One of my daughters actually requested Brussels sprouts after reading this book for the first time. We made them, and while she didn't love them the first time she had them, she was proud to say that she tried them. After having eaten them many times now, she likes them, and I have to say we probably never would have tried Brussels sprouts in the first place if it wasn't for this book!
We love the artwork of Lois Ehlert and the bright, bold colors she uses. She makes everything look appetizing and as a result will encourage children I'm sure to try more fruits and vegetables!
Vutaur
I cannot say enough good things about this book! the pictures are amazing and colorful. It's so freakin adorable listening to my toddler say things like "Persimmon" and "Rhubarb". She is always reading this book and I like that it's introducing new foods to her through reading, that way when she's over the "scary food" toddler phase she might be more inclined to try them!
Walianirv
My toddler age 2 is VERY interested in letters AND fruits & veggies,... so what better than a book that combines both? Of course my son LOVES this book and all the new words. However, if my son was not SO interested in this particular topic, I would not have bought this book simply because the images are more artistic representations of fruit rather than clearly drawn and identifiable. This book also encouraged my son to try new healthy foods.
Delaath
My little guy loves this book!! We eat lots of fruits and vegetables as a family, so it was so nice to find a book with so many of them- even a few really unusual ones I've never eaten: gooseberry, huckleberry, kohlrabi, quince, and vegetable marrow, for instance. The illustrations are bright and colorful, but still true to what the food actually looks like. Some of the letters have more space devoted to them. "P" has two, two page spreads. Most of the letters have one to two pages, though. There isn't a storyline here, but with so many fun colors and shapes, there is plenty to look at and enjoy as you flip through the pages.

We have fun saying the letter names on each page as we read through the book, and also making the letter sounds, and then talking about which vegetables have that sound at the beginning of their name. That doesn't work when it comes to "J", though. The foods there are "Jalapeno" and "Jicama"..."h" sounds.

All in all, a very satisfying book for my little one. He liked it at 3 months, and still loves it at 9 months.
Bludsong
The book quality is good but the pictures are too many in one page and are not the Actual pictures they are like cartoons. The fruits and vegetables names are very complex for a one year toddler Too confusing for a young mind , returning this book.
Haal
Beautiful illustrations! We received the large version of this board book as a shower gift. A year and half later, it's one of our favorites. My toddlers love flipping through it, pointing to the pictures, and trying to say the names of the produce. So far, they've only really mastered "apple". We're working on "banana" and "blueberries". I think "vegetable marrow" is a long way off, but I'm confident they'll get there. .
Brialelis
My students lost interest easily when I presented this book to the class. The graphics were fair but some of the foods noted were very uncommon, at least for my kiddos. The students were not drawn into to text and the pictures did not interest them
Wow, I wish I had bought this book sooner! I think this is a very good book for teaching the letters because the letters are big but the names of the vegetables are small and unobtrusive. I think some alphabet books tend to be too wordy. When you look at the page you mainly see the letter P and then all the beautiful fruits and veggies.

The pictures are mouth-watering, diverse, and recognizable to my toddler. (They are much more beautiful in person than in the photos on the computer.) I hope it helps him be more interested in trying new foods. I try to tie in the pictures in the book with what we buy or look at in the grocery store.
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