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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I came across a few of these initially at an Asian art museum, and I've come back to Amazon to buy most of the rest (soon enough, I'll have the whole collection). Read morePublished 4 months ago by David Berkowitz
Bright colorful pictures help keep my one year old daughter's attention. And, she doesn't get bored by looking (and/or chewing) on this book when we read it together. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Simon
If you like sushi, this is a great starter book for the baby. Never too young to teach them about sushi.Published 5 months ago by R. Gill
We fell in love with this book after the first read. Our boy is a couple of years older but we had to get a new copy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. Wells
This is a fun board book for babies with good colors and easy page turning. My grandson loves it and since his family is a big fan of sushi, the language in the book will be... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Sally A. Short
I bought this book when my eldest daughter was about a year old, in 2007. Today, I'm reading it to my youngest, who loves it just as much. Read morePublished 14 months ago by J. L. Callahan
I had originally purchased this book as a gift for a friend's baby. That baby was obsessed with this book--loved the colors, loved hearing her parents read the sing-songy text to... Read morePublished 15 months ago by bananabelle