Healthy Foods from A to Z Comida sana de la A a la Z
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Helping children learn about healthy foods—as well as their ABCs—this bilingual picture book in English and Spanish features colorful photographs of engaging faces made from fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy, and soy products. A sample sketch with instructions, followed by additional suggested activities, helps children create their own food faces and connect with peers and teachers. An informative section for parents highlights the nutritional value of 70 foods illustrated in the book.
- Age Range: 3 – 5 years
- Grade Level: Preschool – Kindergarten
- Hardcover: 32 pages
- Publisher: Moonstone Press LLC; Bilingual edition (September 5, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0983498318
- ISBN-13: 978-0983498315
- Product Dimensions: 11.3 x 0.5 x 8.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
Love everything about how this was conceived and executed
So neat! Love everything about how this was conceived and executed. It’s alphabetical in either language, with each page combining in the pictures vegetables that start with that letter/those letters in both languages. Not totally compelling narratively, but really, that’s OK.
A super ABC book!
Great presentation. Bilingual. Good information. Would recommend to everyone. Bought several copies for gifts. Beautiful pictures, fun and educational activities.
Fabulous Books of Many Faces!
Don’t let the boring book title fool you. This is a great children’s picture book that kids love. Healthy Foods from A to Z is a book of many faces, literally! As a home daycare provider, I’m always looking for books that are unique, educational, interesting, and fun. This award-winning book provides all of that and more. Each page features a letter or two of the alphabet, plus healthy foods that start with that letter in both English and Spanish. On the B page, there are Broccoli (brecol) and Blueberries (arandanos), but there are also a Boniato (sweet potato) and a Berenjena (eggplant). All of the food pictures are real photos, not illustrations, so children can recognize and learn them. To make this book even more fun and engaging, the foods featured on each page are arranged into a face shape that exhibits different facial expressions – happy, sad, silly, bored, mad, etc. In the back of the book there is an activity page that explains (in English and Spanish) how to make a healthy food face and a template to use. There are also pages of other healthy food projects to try and lots of interesting facts about the foods throughout the book. Did you know carrots come from northern Europe? As a preschool teacher, I recommend Healthy Foods from A to Z be in every early childhood classroom. It’s a wonderful teaching tool and a great launching point for a Food Theme. As a parent, this is a wonderful way to share healthy habits in a fun way with your children. We love this book! Disclosure: I received this book at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
Fun & creative book teaches Spanish and opens up conversation about healthy eating
Healthy Foods from A to Z / Comida Sana de la A a la Z is a truly unique bilingual book. It’s originality along with the quality of the pictures and the wealth of educational opportunities in this book really set it apart.
If you like healthy food, you’ll like this book
Do you know what a berenjena is? Would you be willing to eat a zarzamora? Youngsters can traipse through the alphabet, learning about different fruits, vegetables, grains, and other healthy foods, while reinforcing their ABCs, in both English and Spanish. The Spanish name for the book is Comida sana de la A a la Z. Colorful illustrations of charming faces constructed by famous food-photographer Renee Comet out of the various foodstuffs will encourage children to return to the book over and over. By the way, zarzamora is Spanish for blackberry, and berenjena is Spanish for eggplant. Have you ever tried eggplant? What about a quince (membrillo)?