Muncha, Muncha, Muncha

by Candace Fleming Mr. Mc Greeley decides to plant a garden of yummy vegetables to gobble up, and that’s where the fun begins. Muncha Muncha Muncha by Candace Fleming, tells the story of a determined farmer, three hungry bunnies and a field full of delicious vegetables. Poor Mr. Mc Greeley trying to keep his vegetables safe builds a fence, […]

Keep on Rollin’ Meatballs and Other Delicious Dinners

by Nick Fauchald Fun, delicious, and educational are the words that best describe this book. This is a children’s cookbook that was designed to show children that learning how to cook is fun and exciting. This book teaches kids how to cook delicious, healthy, and easy recipes from scratch. Each recipe included in the book is simple to make […]

Handstand Kids, Mexican Cookbook

Yvette Garfield brings culture, food and compassion together in one book with her new cookbooks for children, including this Mexican Cookbook. Story by Yvette Garfield What is the book about? Her cultural cookbooks come to life as she narrates a heartwarming story of six children trying to raise money for the Common Threads Charity, an […]

Handstand Kids, Italian Cookbook

Story by Yvette Garfield Yvette Garfield’s Italian cookbook for kids is a wonderful educational tool for children to learn how to cook traditional Italian cuisine. Each recipe has a catchy title to bring the dish to life, such as “Mamma Mia Minestrone” or “The Leaning Tower of Eggplant.” She even takes a traditional kid favorite […]

What Happens to a Hamburger?

by Paul Showers What Happens to a Hamburger? takes readers through the process of digestion.  Beginning in the mouth and ending in the bathroom, every step in digesting food is explored. Informative diagrams, illustrations, and photos on each page help young readers to visualize what is going on in the body with each bite of food. How food is used […]

Growing Vegetable Soup

by Lois Ehlert Having trouble getting your child to eat veggies? Then this is the book for you. “Growing Vegetable Soup” is a child’s impressive first lesson in gardening, vegetable varieties, harvesting, cooking preparation, following a recipe, and nourishment. Lois Ehlert’s elementary, labeled paintings in wildly vivid colors add to the magic. Her straight-forward directions make it all […]

How Groundhog’s Garden Grew

by Lynne Cherry The colorful illustrations throughout the book are detailed and enjoyable while the story is entertaining and fun. The main characters of the book are Groundhog and Squirrel. Groundhog loves eating fresh vegetables; however, they are from his neighbor’s garden. He meets Squirrel, who teaches him how to plant his own garden. The book introduces young readers to […]

Gregory, the Terrible Eater

Story by: Mitchell Sharmat Do you have a picky eater at home? Well here is a story that explores how everyone (in this case, a goat) needs a nutritionally balanced diet. Gregory, a not-so-average goat, refuses the usual goat diet that consists of shoes, boxes, magazines, tin cans, coats, and pants. Gregory only wants fruits, […]

Green Eggs and Ham

Story by Dr. Seuss A classic from Dr. Seuss, this comical story focuses on an unnamed character who is being coaxed by Sam-I-am to try a new dish. Several attempts are made in different places and with bizarre, nevertheless funny companions such as a goat and a fox. Sam-I-am is eventually successful in making his […]