Bunny Loves Beans (Big, Little Concepts, 7)

Bunny Loves Beans (Big, Little Concepts, 7)
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April 16, 2024
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Green for a deer, / And green for me!...Gold for a bee, / And gold for me!
Preschoolers will explore bright colors, healthy foods, and a variety of adorable animals in this multilayered Big, Little Concepts book. Just like the endearing animals around the world, we eat greens, reds, and blues too! Bunny Loves Beans explores the wonderfully similar and different food that preschoolers and animals both eat.

This fun book serves as a great introduction to fruits and vegetables, and the upbeat language paired with the adorable photographs are sure to encourage your little one to eat their fruits and vegetables! By the end of this book, preschoolers’ will love to eat their greens, yellows, blues, and even pinks with this adorable photographic book!

The rhythmic text is perfect for an energetic read-aloud, and the repetitive language will boost your preschoolers’ word recognition.

Jane Whittingham, author of the 2023 Texas 2×2 Reading List Selection, Bear has a Belly,once againchannels her expertise into a new celebration of active preschooler fun. The chant-along text supports pattern recognition for language learning and reading readiness, and a closing spread of enriching age-appropriate activities invite further exploration and learning. This book’s Toddler Tough format with a padded cover, rounded corners, and extra-heavy pages makes it a sturdy choice for endless reading fun!

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Bunny Loves Beans entices with such a great cover. I loved so many things about this Toddler book. The sturdy construction of the book is a winner for repeated reads and rough love. The use of real photographs and comparisons of a variety of animals and children eating a rainbow of healthy fruits and vegetables was captivating. The poetic text is fun and invites a reader to ask a child to identify the featured item. I love the ideas in the back for parents on how to get their kids to eat a variety of healthy food. The only drawback is the name of the book. The title does not help a potential reader know what the book may be about. I would hate for the title to hold back people from choosing this amazing book. Overall, I highly recommend this book that encourages eating a rainbow of colors with the side benefits of working on color recognition, animals, and food identification.
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