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"Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Jen Corace strike beautiful balance between story and art in 'Little Pea' (2005), a book that pedagogues might point out teaches basic physics and math while poking fun at picky eaters. This critic prefers to describe it as a family portrait of legumes in which the baby has to eat all his candy in order to get spinach for dessert." The New York Times
"Picky eaters will enjoy the subtle humor of this topsy-turvy tale." School Library Journal
|Length: 2:51 Mins|
Very cute story. Make's the children I read it to laugh and eat their vegetables!!
My children (4 & 2) LOVE this book. My husband and I enjoy reading it to them- when they let us. Most of the time, they read the book to us and get very animated, when little pea... Read morePublished 1 month ago by TJC
This is the most precious book this grandma loves to read my grandbabies, and the small children of my neighborhood. Read morePublished 1 month ago by chris
Don't usually write reviews but had to share--read this book and actually got our little one to eat some spinach with lunch today!! Hooray!!Published 1 month ago by aberv