Thursday, June 16, 2016

What's a Banana? What's an Apple? by Marilyn Singer

Here are a couple of small hardcovers that talk about fruit in rhymes.  They are illustrated by Greg Pizzoli in bright colors and you'll come up with unique uses for these two items.  My favorite part is the warning about what not to do!

Abrams Appleseed sent me the books to read for review (thank you).  The books are available now.

These are written in a simple text for the little ones to understand and help them learn to read.

At home we harvested all our apples.  So it was amusing to see one used as ball or a kick toy.  I bet your child could come up with even more ideas about how an apple can be used.
I was surprised the author didn't suggest feeding one to a monkey but she did warn about not throwing it at the cat.

These are fun to read and young ones should enjoy them.  Take a look and see what you think.

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