Fingers for Lunch by Brandt Lewis


Fingers for Lunch by Brandt Lewis

For lunch today I have a fine treat: five little fingers for Monster to eat! In this silly playtime rhyme, young readers will burst into giggles as they fit their fingers through die-cut holes and make them wiggle and squirm while a hungry little monster tries to gobble up every last bite! Parents play the part of the monster and eat up their laughing little ones fingers, turning the pages to make the finger holes disappear one by one until there are no wigglers left! There likely isn't a mom or dad on the planet who hasn't pretended to eat their toddler's fingers and toes, and Fingers for Lunch makes good, clean, but devilish fun of this favorite game. Little readers will be drawn to the bold, colorful illustrations and kid-friendly rhyming text, each page ending with fun sound words like nibble or chomp or burp. And once all the fingers are gone, it's easy to start back at the beginning, this time with mom or dad's fingers in the holes--if they're willing to risk it!


Praise for Fingers for Lunch An Amazon Best Book of the Year Top Pick

About the Author

Brandt Lewis attended Brigham Young University and has worked as an art director at a number of advertising firms. He is currently an art director at the Wieden & Kennedy advertising agency. Fingers for Lunch is his debut picture book. Cori Doerrfeld has illustrated two books with actress Brooke Shields and a board book series with author Elise Broach. She is also the author and illustrator of Penny Loves Pink and Matilda in the Middle.

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16 pages
Interest Age: From 3


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Publication date

30th June 2016



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