The Seven Silly Eaters tells the story of Mrs. Peters, a devoted mother who goes above and beyond to satisfy the diverse tastes of her seven picky eaters.
Todd Parr shares his journey to becoming an author and illustrator, inspired by his struggles in school and desire to help kids feel better about themselves.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is a completely absurd picture book; that’s why you’ll love it. The pages are as full as a banquet dinner.
Like your kiddo’s favorite food, Bread and Jam for Frances will be an early reader book they’ll want to devour morning, noon, and night.
It’s time to dip into the science and history of your favorite foods! These amazing and unique books take a look behind the scenes of your favorite eats.
This would be an excellent book to read in class with a group of students, especially if someone there has life-threatening allergies.
Thank You, Mama is Linda Meeker’s first children’s book about the exploration and curiosity of food, family, culture, gratitude, and food as a love language.
Of Love and Pies is bursting with humor—and pie. The traditional what if… formula sets up an increasingly whimsical situation highlighted by Sheila McGraw.
Join us on this virtual book tour for Six Thousand Doughnuts, an entertaining middle grade novel by writer and filmmaker Thomas Tosi!
Through simple storytelling, James V. DeLaura’s Tippy the Turtle teaches children the importance of eating regular meals.