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Monday, April 1, 2013

Reading is So Delicious List: Infant/Toddler

Infant/Toddler: Board Books


Cookie Kisses!, By Abigail Tabby

This touch-and-feel board book has some surprises from the Cookie Monster!





Count with Dora!, By Phoebe Beinstein

Young fans will love helping Dora count coconuts, bananas, and pineapples in English and Spanish.



Counting Peas, By Rosemary Wells

A big sneeze scatters Max's peas in every direction.




Fabulous Fruit, By Bryony Jones

"Monday is for eating mangoes-- but what will the rest of the week bring? Let's explore fabulous fruit!"



Foodie Babies Wear Bibs, By Michelle Sinclair Colman






Let's Eat = Vamos a Comer, By Hideo Shirotani

Food vocabulary in English and Spanish.




Mealtime, By Elizabeth Verdick

Simple text and illustrations explain how to behave during mealtime.




My Colors = Mis Colores, By Rebecca Emberley







My Very First Book of Food, By Eric Carle

Asks readers to match the animal featured on the top pages with the food it eats, shown on the lower half of the page. On board pages.


Shopping, By Rosemary Wells

Ruby and her younger brother Max have fun in the grocery store as they fill their shopping cart with food they love.



You Are My Little Cupcake, By Amy E. Sklansky
From their sugar-sweet smiles to their scrumptious little toes, babies are as irresistible as frosting-covered cupcakes. With delightful rhyming text makes this new board book the perfect read aloud to show little ones just how much they are loved.



Yum, Yum, By Catherine Hnatov

Illustrations of animals eating foods of different colors introduce the names of the colors.



Yum Yum Dim Sum, By Amy Wilson Sanger

Easy-to-read rhyming text introduces children to the varied Chinese foods called "dim sum," which means a little bit of heart.



Yummy, Yucky, By Leslie Patricelli

"Some things are yummy. Some things are yucky. But everything is fun!"