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    Food for Thought: How Are You Peeling?

    Food for Thought: How Are You Peeling?

    by Saxton Freymann

    Vivid photographs reveal a range of vegetable "emotions", from a wistful poblano pepper, to a cheerful red tomato, to a surprised green pepper.

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    Fast Food

    Fast Food

    by Saxton Freyman and Joost Elffers

    Kayak on cabbage seas, drive a zucchini train, and soar in an okra plane! Fruits and vegetables leap off the plate and off the page in this book of inventive food sculptures from award-winning authors. The innovative intersection of food and transportation will delight your toddler (and you) again and again.

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    The out-of-the-ordinary visuals feed endless opportunities for parent-child discussion and give both mealtimes and story hour a fun new twist.

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How Are You Peeling?

Foods with Moods

Author: Joost Elffers and Saxton Freymann

Illustrator: Saxton Freyman

Interest Level:
Pre-K-3

Grade Level Equivalent:
1.3

Guided Reading Level:
NR

Age:
4-8

Subject:
Feelings and Emotions

About This Book

Feeling happy? Hopeful? Overjoyed? Or maybe you're angry today? Or just a little anxious? Whatever your mood, you're bound to feel 48 times as good after looking at this astounding new picture book.

On each page, laid out in signature crisp style, are wild food sculptures that embody each emotion more fluidly and expressively than any human face could. The text is simple and funny, designed to start a conversation between adult and child about feelings. Call it eggplant empathy; call it laughing at limes.

Join the legion of families who've already learned the delights of this pantry gone mad, and hailed the creators as the Picasso of Pumpkins, the Rodin of Rutabagas, the Calder of Cabbages.


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