My First Word Book About Food by Caroline Young
  

My First Word Book About Food

Written by Caroline Young
Illustrated by Marta Cabrol
Part of the My First Word Book Series

3+ readers   Baby and Toddler   
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Food is such an important part of family life, and this attractive book is a lovely way to teach children new words, and for them to learn about what we eat. Each page has a different theme – a colourful spread of fruit is followed by a page of vegetables, rows of greenery suddenly brightened by a purple aubergine, or bright red tomato. Root vegetables are shown growing in the ground, so that children will think about where food comes from; similarly a label next to the sausages and bacon shows a pig. There are pages on meals and cooking, and with over 250 different illustrated words this is fun to browse and an excellent book to build vocabulary. ~ Andrea Reece

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Synopsis

My First Word Book About Food by Caroline Young

Little children need to learn a huge amount of vocabulary before they start to read, and one of the best ways in which to do that is to share books with them. This book is a perfect vocabulary builder, with over a hundred food-themed words, each with a picture. Simply point to a picture and say the word and your child will soon be picking up new words.

Themes include fruits, vegetables, fish, meat and much more.

With sturdy board pages designed to withstand being read time and time again.

Reviews

'Food is such an important part of family life, and this attractive book is a lovely way to teach children new words, and for them to learn about what we eat... There are pages on meals and cooking, and with over 250 different illustrated words this is fun to browse and an excellent book to build vocabulary' - LoveReading4Kids'

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Book Info

Format

Board book
20 pages

Author

Caroline Young
More books by Caroline Young

Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st February 2016

ISBN

9781409597612

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