First Book of Sushi
For the littlest fans of that favorite Japanese finger food comes a sturdy board book sure to inspire giggles (and even some growling stomachs!). Sanger's mixed media and cut-paper collages are an ideal accompaniment to her bouncy rhyming text sure to captivate even the most finicky eaters. Whether a temaki know-it-all or clueless about ebi, First Book of Sushi is a welcome side-dish for nori experts and novices of all ages.
Tacos, frijoles, tortillas, oh my! In this hot little number, Amy Wilson Sanger serves up some sizzling Mexican treats for you and your little gourmet. From burritos to quesadillas to mole, lively mixed media and cut-paper collages take readers on a tour of their favorite foods of Mexico. Sure to satisfy faster than you can say "More, poor favor!" Simple pronunciation guide of Spanish terms included.
The third book in our World Snacks series will satisfy hungry minds with its introduction to the comfiest of Jewish foods. Pages burst with bagels, knishes, tsimmes, and latkes - and lots and lots of matzoh. There's even . . . a scoop of noodle kugel in my fancy-schmancy bowl next to fruit-filled hamentaschen and some nutty rugelach rolls. Filled with tasty mixed media and cut-paper collages, Let's Nosh! will have bubelahs large and small coming back for seconds. Includes simple definitions of the foods, perfect gift for any Jewish holiday and appropriate for kosher households.
Yum Yum Dim Sum
A fresh addition to the award-winning World Snacks menu, Yum Yum Dim Sum serves up a scrumptious parade of Chinese delights, from oolong tea and dumplings to sticky rice and pork buns. It'll have you swooning for spring rolls and drooling over dau fu. Includes glossary of foods. Charming gift to celebrate Chinese New Year. Buy all four and make it a Snacks Pack! Over 25,000 World Snacks books sold.
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Brand: Random House
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