You Are What You Eat and Other Mealtime Hazards

You Are What You Eat and Other Mealtime Hazards

Book - 2010
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A boy who does not like trying new foods receives many confusing words of advice in the form of such phrases as "people need three square meals a day" and "I knew you were a tough cookie."
Publisher: New York : Sterling, 2010
ISBN: 9781402771309
Branch Call Number: E BLO
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill


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Aug 18, 2015

SUMMARY: A young boy discusses food and mealtimes using idioms such as "use your noodle" and "all the tea in China"

ILLUSTRATIONS: The illustrations were created using drawings and photographs.

REVIEW: I love books that teach children about idioms, especially since I have a child on the autism spectrum. This book has plenty of humor to help children enjoy the learning process even more. The illustrations are simple and the use of real food photographs adds interest. This book could easily be used in the classroom all the way up to 5th grade to teach idioms.

AGE RECOMMENDATION: Ages 4-8, but any age for those on the autism spectrum

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