Eating the Rainbow: A Colorful Food Book #2020

Eating the Rainbow: A Colorful Food Book By Rena D. Grossman Eating the Rainbow A Colorful Food Book Helps children to learn the names and colours of nutritious fruits and vegetables This board book features photographs that teach children about healthy delectable foods
  • Title: Eating the Rainbow: A Colorful Food Book
  • Author: Rena D. Grossman
  • ISBN: 9781595721747
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Board Book
  • Eating the Rainbow: A Colorful Food Book By Rena D. Grossman Helps children to learn the names and colours of nutritious fruits and vegetables This board book features photographs that teach children about healthy, delectable foods.
    Eating the Rainbow: A Colorful Food Book By Rena D. Grossman
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      Published :2020-04-11T12:46:45+00:00

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    1. Rena D. Grossman

      Rena D. Grossman Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Eating the Rainbow: A Colorful Food Book book, this is one of the most wanted Rena D. Grossman author readers around the world.

    776 thoughts on “Eating the Rainbow: A Colorful Food Book”

    1. It can be a challenge to get little ones to eat a variety of foods, or harder yet, try new ones, and Eating the Rainbow is here to help This brightly colored chunky board book features a variety of beautiful babies snacking on an even varied selection of healthy foods including fruits, vegetables, grains and dairy products Each two page spread highlights foods of a particular color, encouraging little readers to identify both the colors and the foods pictured Children are as excited to recogniz [...]


    2. Colorful photos of international babies and foods in a board book format Babies should love holding and looking at this.


    3. This is a great children s book that I would use to teach children the various names and types of fruit that there are With this cook, they can also focus on the colors of the fruit, enhancing their knowledge of colors This book is relevant to the lives of children as we know that children are prone to eat healthy when healthy food is available or presented to them Being exposed to books like this give them knowledge about fruit and I would use it as a opportunity to educate children about heal [...]


    4. Reviewed for NetGalleyA simple bright and colorful board book perfect for learning colors and foods Children of all colors are pictured with foods and colors Red, orange, yellow, green, purple, pink, white and brown are the colors in the book The red photo shows a child chewing on a red sweet pepper I noticed peppers are listed twice in red and yellow There are five food listed with each color and they are not just your basic foods that children might recognize For example, purple includes eggpl [...]


    5. A very cute board book for teaching your toddler about colors and names of food I had to deduct points for the odd choice of pink foods There is watermelon and pink grapefruit, which are very common, but the other three are litchis, guava, adn radish, which is looks as red the raspberries pictured on the red page do pink Pomegranate and raspberries and possibly cranberries might have been a better choice since children are likely to see those items in the produce department of the grocery store [...]


    6. A cute board book on learning foods and colors.One drawback, it has watermelon and radishes under pink It also has cheese under white When I think of the foods, in general, I think of other colors like red or yellow.



    7. The concept and pictures were good, but they skipped BLUE How can they talk about eating the Rainbow without the color blue


    8. Because the cover has a black girl, I assumed the whole book would Instead, it has a variety of kids which has its own merits, but I was bummed that it s mostly light skinned kids there s a pair of Asian twins and a reprise of the Black girl on the cover , and a couple of the light skinned kids who could be Latinx or Asian, but of 8 images of children within the book, there are only 2 that are obviously non white.I don t know what the best way is to deal with foods that have drastically differen [...]


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