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The edible alphabet 26 reasons to love the farm by Carol Watterson

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Published by Tricycle Press in Berkeley .
Written in English


  • Farms,
  • Farm animals,
  • Alphabet,
  • Food crops,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • English language

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Carol Watterson ; illustrated by Michela Sorrentino
ContributionsSorrentino, Michela, ill
LC ClassificationsS519 .W38 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25106858M
ISBN 109781582464213, 9781582464220
LC Control Number2010030478

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The Incredible Edible Alphabet is Aunty Rozzy's second in a series of books and CD's that encourage healthy nutrition by making natural foods fun and appealing. Explore our editors' picks for the best kids' books of the month See which new books our editors' chose as this month's favorites for kids of all ages.5/5(1).   Young readers will enjoy Michela Sorrentino's beautiful artwork in AN EDIBLE ALPHABET. Her collages combine paper and acrylic paint to create multilayered illustrations that add dimension to the text. Early readers will enjoy the labels on the illustrations and the alliterative titles like "Reliable Red Rooster" and "Tip Top Tasty Tomato"/5(5). It's also a children's nonfiction book containing information about both food, the subject matter of the title (An Edible Alphabet), and farm animals, the subject matter of the subtitle (26 Reasons to Love the Farm). The facts seem random, though interesting/5.   A unique way to teach the alphabet while introducing new foods. The graphic designs are made from foods representing each letter. Nutrition information is available for the highlighted foods. A visual design of MyPlate is included. The book was developed as a teaching tool for my son, who has cerebral palsy 5/5(1).

Ages 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. Even vegetable haters will find it hard to resist the vibrantly colored collage illustrations, which make each item look Cited by: 5. Edible Alphabet is an English-as-a-Second-Language program offered by the Free Library's Culinary Literacy Center. The mission is twofold: to teach participants how to cook nutritious meals and to teach English language skills through hands-on education. Food is universal—it cuts across cultural differences, uniting people in all walks of life. Published by Bulfinch Press in , The Edible Alphabet Book is a series of humorous photographic tableaux that use fruits, vegetables and spices to depict the letters of the alphabet. Titles range from Apple and Arrowhead, to Zucchinis with a Zebra. The book includes 26 limericks and 30 color photographs. This informative Alphabet book tells about vegetables starting with the letter A, and ending with the letter Z. Some of the vegetables listed may be familiar to some, and a /5.

Learning letters and sounds takes time and practice, but it can also be fun! As you are gearing up for back to school, this free alphabet book can give your child some additional practice with letter identification, printing, and beginning sounds! Pair this with our printable Alphabet books from A-Z! To make the alphabet book, print the pages found in the download back to back, cut in half.   The Incredible Edible Alphabet is Aunty Rozzy's second in a series of books and CDs that encourage healthy nutrition by making natural foods fun and appealing. This hilarious take on an alphabet book stars a little purple creature who wakes up ravenous. He begins eating his way through the alphabet starting with apples for A and berries for B. He hesitates when he reaches the letter F, but quickly finds furniture to munch on. The Incredible Edible Alphabet audio book and CD, by Australian author and musician, Ros Tesoriero aka Aunty Rozzy, is a fun way to teach children the alphabet and promote healthy eating habits at the same time. The colorful illustrations are perfect for kids to focus on while listening to the book’s accompanying musical CD.