The classic story of a hungry caterpillar who eats his way through a varied and very large quantity of food until, full at last, he forms a cocoon, goes to sleep, and wakes up a butterfly.
PICTURE BOOK Carle, E.
A young Mexican American girl celebrates the paleta,
an icy fruit popsicle, and the many roles it plays in her lively barrio.
PICTURE BOOK Tafolla, C.
A small boy describes the activities that accompany eating his favorite food, chicken soup with rice, in each month of the year.
PICTURE BOOK Sendak, M.
Each time the doorbell rings, there are more people who have come to share Ma's wonderful cookies. But will there be enough for everyone?
PICTURE BOOK Hutchins, P.
When all her older siblings are away, Cora’s mother finally lets her help make pancit
, a Filipino noodle dish.
PICTURE BOOK Lazo Gilmore, D.
Tony likes to help his father at their small family restaurant, but everything changes when Little Nino’s Pizzeria becomes a fancier place.
PICTURE BOOK Barbour, K.
A father tells outlandish stories to try to get his young son, who is a very picky eater, to try foods he thinks he will not like.
EASY READER 3 Schneider, J.
A whimsical picture book biography of Julia Child--chef, author and television personality. CHILDREN BIOGRAPHY Child, J. 2012
From blueberries to vanilla, indigenous foods of the Americas are celebrated in this collection of haiku and food facts.
CHILDREN 811.54 M827y 2007
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During a week at his grandfather’s ranch, Justin learns to take care of himself, to take pride in his family history, and even learns to make his grandfather’s secret biscuit recipe.
CHILDREN FICTION Walter, M.