Series: Classic Board Books
Board book: 34 pages
Publisher: Little Simon; Brdbk edition (February 2, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 5.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 10.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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Age Range: 2 - 4 years
Grade Level: Preschool and up
We just received this book and my children are enjoying it thoroughly. My kids LOVE fruit and although we are near a whole foods we often don't take the time to inspect some of the more "foreign" fruits like tamarillo and prickly spines (both are mentioned in this story) and some I've never seen at our Whole Foods like kiwano and rambutan (also mentioned in the story) so it's fun to see new and exciting fruits and I think it'll be a fun lesson to read this story and then explore a new fruit.The pictures are beautiful and vibrant - a lot are taken at various farm stands and markets so you get a glimpse of other fruits that may not be mentioned on that particular page which is fine with me - it peaks the kids interest. And the chant is super cute and fun to read. I liked this story so much I ordered a copy of this one and the veggies one for our Montessori school - I know it'll be a favorite there too. Kudos to this author for finding a way to get kids excited about fruit!
My 2-year-old great niece loves "Rah, Rah, Radishes", but it's the only one available in board book format. She's not quite as happy with Go, Go, Grapes in the Kindle version, she prefers books in her hands. I love the fruit and pictures in the book.
My two-year old daughter LOVES this book. We had checked it out at the library and she loved it so much we decided to give it to her for her birthday. When she opened it she immediate sat down and wanted to read it, not caring that there were still presents to open. She can name all the fruits and almost quote the book. We're so glad to have this on our shelf!
April Pulley Sayre takes us back to the farmers market with Go, Go, Grapes, another catchy chant all about food. Her photos are dazzling and her rhyming is seamless as we tour the market for glimpses of fruit as varied as strawberries, persimmons, and durian. Perhaps my favorite is the inclusion of the lychee: "Love a lychee- fruit eyeball!" What kiddo wouldn't want to see that?The author does an excellent job of mixing well known fruit and lesser known varieties as we go from kiwis to guava to limes to papaya. Her photo compositions are once again on target as she emphasizes color and contrast, creating combinations that are surprisingly striking. The combination of the tangelos and tamarillos was especially vibrant.The author concludes her fruit filled romp with some interesting fruit facts and some encouragement for kids to become "fruit artists". This is a great choice for any toddler or preschooler's personal collection, and will make a great read aloud that will soon have kids searching for their own mangos and mangosteens to "chomp,chomp,chomp!"
My 2 1/2 year old daughter picked this book out herself at the local library, and now we read it almost every night. She loves to repeat the fruit names and count the items in the bright, colorful pictures. It's also gotten her interested in trying new fruits, like pomegranate!
This book has beautiful pictures of many different fruit, some common, some very different ones. a nice introduction to many fruits and colors.
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