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Monday, April 22, 2013

Don't Eat The Books

Have you ever noticed how many children's books are about food? I suppose that would be because food is one of the things little kids, older kids, and people who wish they were still kids can all identify with. Makes me hungry:

  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
    written by Judi Barrett
    illustrated by Ron Barrett
  • Stone Soup
    written by Marcia Brown
    illustrated by Marcia Brown
  • One Green Apple
    written by Eve Bunting
    illustrated by Ted Lewin
  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar
    written by Eric Carle
    illustrated by Eric Carle
  • Magda's Tortillas/Las Tortillas de Magda
    written by Becky Chavarria-Chairez
    illustrated by Anne Vega
    translated by Julia Mercedes Castilla
  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
    written by Roald Dahl
    illustrated by Quentin Blake
  • James and the Giant Peach
    written by Roald Dahl
    illustrated by Quentin Blake
  • Everything on a Waffle
    by Polly Horvath
  • Strawberry Girl
    written by Lois Lenski
    illustrated by Lois Lenski
  • Blueberries for Sal
    written by Robert McCloskey
    illustrated by Robert McCloskey
  • If You Give a Mouse a Cookie
    written by Laura Joffe Numeroff
    illustrated by Felicia Bond
  • Creepy Carrots
    written by Aaron Reynolds
    illustrated by Peter Brown
  • How to Eat Fried Worms
    by Thomas Rockwell
    illustrated by Emily Arnold McCully
  • Tales for Picky Eaters
    written by Josh Schneider
    illustrated by Josh Schneider
  • The Stinky Cheese Man
    written by Jon Scieszka
    illustrated by Lane Smith
  • In the Night Kitchen
    written by Maurice Sendak
    illustrated by Maurice Sendak
  • Green Eggs and Ham
    written by Dr. Seuss
    illustrated by Dr. Seuss
  • Too Many Tamales
    written by Gary Soto
    illustrated by Ed Martinez
  • The Talking Eggs
    written by Robert San Souci
    illustrated by Jerry Pinkney
  • My Darling, My Hamburger
    written by Paul Zindel
I think it's time for a small snack and a short read.

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