4 Children's Books That Kids, Parents (& Even Foodies!) Will Love! by Christine Jones

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4 Children's Books That Kids, Parents (& Even Foodies!) Will Love!

In honor of Children’s Book Week, here are four of my child's favorite children's books!

  • "Spoon" by Amy Krouse Rosenthal: This charming book is about Spoon who starts to feel bad about himself and wants to live a more exciting life like his buddies Knife, Fork and Chopsticks. This book reminds us to celebrate what is special about each of us.
  • "Chopsticks" by Amy Krouse Rosenthal: Chopsticks have always been BFFs, but when one snaps and needs to be repaired, the other has to go out on his own.
  • "The Red Lemon" by Bob Staake: The illustrations are as amazing as the story. Farmer McPhee loves his lemon grove, but when he spots a red lemon he throws it out to sea. Years later his grove turns to weeds and across the sea is a popular vibrant grove of red lemons.
  • "Donut Chef" by Bob Staake: A fun tale of donut bakers in a mad battle of the donut chefs!

Want to add these books to your child's library? Click on the links below!

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Ann Marie Patitucci
What great suggestions, and just in time for #ChildrensBookWeek!
Marylynne Schwartz
My kids love Spoon and Chopsticks! I got them as a baby shower gift and now my three year old is finally old enough to enjoy them.
Donna John
My grandson and I go to the library every Tuesday, @beyondthepark. Last week we checked out Spoon and Chopsticks, and that evening I got a text from my daughter telling me how cute those two books are (also Little Pea, by the same author). That was a first. Good call!

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