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Fruits I Love Paperback – April 10, 2011
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but without any locks!
Full of sweet and juicy seeds,
They look like shiny ruby beads.
The book includes grapes, star fruit, cherries, berries, pineapples, bananas, watermelon, apricots, plum, pears, peach, nectarines, apple, mango, papaya, figs, kiwi, oranges, and the above-mentioned pomegranate.
I especially love the illustrations by Katya Korobkina since they look as though a child drew and painted them.
This makes a lovely gift for any young child because the message of eating fruit for health is enticing and inviting.
I have both of your books (had pre-ordered them) and my 21-month old daughter absolutely loves "Fruits I Love". The illustrations are adorable as are the poems for the fruits. Thank you for these delicious books.
fresh, beautiful fruit! The children at our school all love to read this book. In fact its a good beginning reader for
young children. This books supports parents in teaching their children good eating habits!
Our non-profit, Optimum Health Solution, [...], has just launched an after-school program, "Real Kids, Real Food" in Somerville, MA for 35 inner-city children from the 12 elementary schools and 2 middle schools, ages 5 to 14. Thankfully, Victoria sent us a gift of two copies of the book so we could read it to both the younger and the older children's groups at the same time. The lesson of the day when we read it was "Eating a Rainbow", teaching them the nutritional value of the different colored fruits. This book was a perfect fit. I was inspired by these students to play the rhyming game with my grandchildren. Reading to the group, I just paused before the rhyming word and all the children called out the rhyming word. They loved doing that and loved the illustrations and thought the book was a lot of fun. They said that the book made them want to eat lots of different kinds of fruit. As one boy yelled out at the end, " I love fruit".
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A simply written and illustrated children's book that encourages children to explore and enjoy fruits! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Corinne Mathieu
This book has no flow. I like the illustrations but my son is not interested in it at all.Published 18 months ago by 4324120
I have nothing against fruits but the author, Victoria Boutenko is a liar and a person with no conscience. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Irina
This is a perfect teaching book but the poetry is an added plus. Kids of all ages and adults, too, are reminded of what makes fruit special. Another A+ from the Boutenko's.Published on December 8, 2012 by F. Earthwalker