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Let's Nosh! (World Snacks) Board book – July 17, 2002
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As another reviewer mentioned, while this one has the definitions on the back, there is no pronunciation guide, and that is too bad for me, personally.
All in all, this is still a wonderful kids book - more fun than most others out there - but not the best of this author's work.
Dim Sum is my favorite from her series, and I think her most beautiful and fun to read to small children. All but the Sushi Book list the food words on the back cover with a description. You can't go wrong on any book in this series. I do wish she would come out with some more like UK, French, German and Russian cuisine books for this series.
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I love these books! The rhyming makes the books flow nicely. My daughter loves that. They are informative and fun. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Megan
Amy Wilson Sange creates the greatest books. My kids loved them when they were little, and now I buy them as gifts.Published 11 months ago by Leah Shuldiner
This book is adorable, and it's a fun read for the whole family. We take it to Barney Greengrass every Sunday for brunch.Published 19 months ago by UWSider
These great books on ethnic food are fun to read for little ones and peaks my interests (and appetite) to explore other cultures' foods. Great series.Published 23 months ago by I. Marcus
This line of books is so cute and so fun. The rhymes are great and it's an excellent way to expose toddlers not only to new foods but also foreign words. Read morePublished on October 31, 2013 by runlinz
All of of these little board books by Amy singer are great. Perfect for the toddler who loves to turn the pages and learn about something a little different than, ball, duck, and... Read morePublished on October 21, 2007 by Noodles