Miso in my sippy cup,English-speaking tots will love wrapping their lips around Japanese words such as tekka maki, ebi, and wasabi, and will soon be joining in the bouncy recitation of sushi favorites for the very young. This bright little board book, with its gorgeous array of patterns and textured, mixed-media collages, looks good enough to eat. And who knows, it might even inspire picky eaters to try a little egg tamago or squishy salmon roe (otherwise known as ikura)! (Baby to preschool) --Emilie Coulter
tofu in my bowl.
Crab and avocado
fill my California roll.
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Miso in my sippy cup, tofu in my bowl! This book is so catchy and strangely quotable. It's great when your little one likes a book, but it's a huge bonus when you also love the... Read morePublished 2 hours ago by Danni
I love these books! The rhyming makes the books flow nicely. My daughter loves that. They are informative and fun. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Megan
do not read this hungry! great introduction for babies to other cultures and lots of fun words to say!Published 2 months ago by A. Garcia
Great book of illustrations... Worth mentioning that all of the foods are in their Japanese names. If you are not particularly good at pronouncing them, you may find this book... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Creative Christina
This series is so fun. My kid loves it and I think it promotes curiosity of different cultures and foods.Published 3 months ago by Meggan Dwyer
Bought 2 as gifts for babies of sushi loving friends. They LOVE this book. So cutePublished 3 months ago by j.m.
The illustrations are well done. Good resource book.It really gives my students a good idea of what Japanese food looks like.Published 4 months ago by Susan SurpriseKumiski
I bought this for my two year old nephew for Christmas along with a wooden sushi playset! It is adorable, his parents can sing to this book while having the actual play set to go... Read morePublished 6 months ago by AMAZON JUNKIE
This book is so cute and fun to read. Both of my sons loved having this book read to them for years. They even want to memorize and "read' along with you. Read morePublished 7 months ago by sodagirl