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Little Pea Board book – February 24, 2015
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Baby/Toddler—The adorable picture book about picky eating has been adapted for the smallest noshers. Happy Little Pea leads a content life with Mama and Papa Pea. His only gripe is having to eat the worst thing ever for dinner—candy! As in the original, the use of white space in contrast with the bright, pea green of the main characters makes this tale visually appealing to young readers. A counting element and a twist ending will have them coming back for seconds and thirds.
"Adorable.. will have them coming back for seconds and thirds."--School Library Journal
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Top customer reviews
This is definitely a book that will work both for the baby years and the toddler years!
This is the story of Mama Pea, Papa Pea, and Little Pea. I love that Little Pea may occasionally be mentioned as a "he" but he still remains pretty gender neutral and my daughter I think can relate to Little Pea. The story is a perfect length for a two-year old - long enough to be an actual story, short enough to keep her attention. There's lots of places where the reader can make the story more fun with goofy voices (fling Little Pea UPPP in the AIR, the blech/plech part, etc.), and pictures where you can pause mid-story and ask your little one to find the pea who isn't happy, ask what is in the bowl, what color is the candy, etc. The story is the type where I hear my daughter "reading" it to herself during naptime - she can recall whole portions of it; she will also finish pages for me when we read it together. The pictures are simple yet utterly adorable.
As others have said, this book won't make your child a veggie lover, but it's a cute story that doesn't get old for kiddo or the parents.
Most recent customer reviews
I like it when the pea says ''I hate Candy''. It is a funny book. I recommend it for ages 3-6!