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Growing Vegetable Soup (Voyager Books) Paperback – March 15, 1990
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With its predictable, simple text and visual warmth, this is a great preschooler read-aloud. It may also be enjoyed by early readers, although they might need help reading the names of vegetables.
Certainly I love the concept of teaching about gardening and how food makes it's way from the soil to our plates; but the artwork, I think, gets in the way of making this a superior 5-Star text.
For example, the abstract art [bold and attractive] is okay for demonstrating seeds sitting in the soil, but it is not very good for actually showing what a squash blossom looks like. For all you can tell, it's a open tulip on a vine. Likewise the corn is shown as being orange instead of yellow.
Four Stars. This book gives children an idea of how food goes from the ground to the bowl, but if you are looking for a book that will give your young child an accurate picture of what growing veggies look like, you'll have to keep searching.
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Good, but not as much story as I would have liked. It's more of a pictoral reference book.Published 21 days ago by nicbudd
We appreciated the text and illustrations. This book has lived in our library for several years and been re read numerous times.Published 8 months ago by JOYJOYJOY
Love this book, I use it every year in my classroom!! The kids love the illustrations and I love that every picture has a label.Published 11 months ago by Kirsten
I bought this for my 7 year old plant lover. He was very interested in growing something he could then eat. However, he was VERY bored by this book. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
good story but weird choice of colors make it hard to actually read or look at picturesPublished 15 months ago by E. Hicks
This book is such a great introduction to gardening for little ones! My daughter loves the simple, bright illustrations!Published 18 months ago by hannah silver
This book makes tomato soup a whole new adventure from the growing of all the ingredients to the eating of the soup. Good book if you have a garden.Published 19 months ago by kathy
I use this book in a class I teach for early childhood educators. It is a pretty perfect book. The language is simple and elegant. Read morePublished 19 months ago by KMo