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Picture Books
 
Shelved at: E BERENSTAIN
Mama Bear lays down the law when she notices that Papa and the cubs are getting too chubby. With the help of Dr. Grizzly's slide show on how the body works, the Bear family makes a healthful adjustment in their diet and fitness habits.
 
Shelved at: E BLUES
It's Healthy Snack Day in Miss Marigold's class! Blue and her friends each need to choose a healthy snack to share. What snack will Blue bring? Read and find out!
 
Shelved at: E CHILD
Lola is a fussy eater. A VERY fussy eater. She won't eat her carrots (until big brother Charlie reveals that they are really orange twiglets from Jupiter). She won't eat her mashed potatoes (until Charlie explains they are cloud fluff from the pointiest peak of Mount Fuji). There are many, many things Lola absolutely will not eat, including and especially tomatoes. Or will she?
 
by Alan Durant
Shelved at: E DURANT
Benny loves burgers. In fact, burgers are the only food that Benny ever eats. If you don't watch out, you'll turn into a burger one day, warns his mom. And one day, Benny does. A delectable, cautionary tale, this is a rollicking read-aloud thats certain to tickle picky eaters (and their parents) everywhere.
 
Shelved at: E FLAHERTY
A young American girl's picky eating habits transform a small worm into the famous Loch Ness monster. Includes facts about the biology of pickiness.
 
by Denise Fleming
Shelved at: E FLEMING
It's time for lunch, and one little mouse is famished! In fact, he's so hungry that once he starts eating, he can't stop. Parents will see their own toddlers in this perky tale, and toddlers won't get enough of the gregarious little mouse. They'll proudly identify the colors of his (and their) favorite foods, and enjoy guessing what fruit or vegetable he'll eat next.
 
by Barbara Jean Hicks
Shelved at: E HICKS
What do monsters eat? The waitress in this restaurant just doesn't have a clue. Monsters don't eat broccoli! But boy, do those trees they're munching on look an awful lot like broccoli. Maybe vegetables aren't so bad after all! This hilarious book will have youngsters laughing out loud and craving healthy monster snacks of their own.
 
by Russell Hoban
Shelved at: E HOBAN
Frances decides she likes to eat only bread and jam at every meal--until, to her surprise, her parents grant her wish.
 
by Emily Jenkins
Shelved at: E JENKINS
Like children everywhere, Sugar the cat refuses to eat food she doesn't like! She's hungry, but when Leo generously gives her his last piece of birthday cake, Sugar will not eat it. Leo finally gives up. He fixes himself a chicken sandwich and some milk. Suddenly, guess who is up on the counter, nibbling at Leo's sandwich?
 
by Elizabeth Kann
Shelved at: E KANN
More than anything, Pinkalicious loves pink, especially pink cupcakes. Her parents warn her not to eat too many of them, but when Pinkalicious does . . . she turns pink! What to do?
 
by Kenneth Oppel
Shelved at: E OPPEL
A charming picture book about a 6-year-old king who's a very picky eater and his canine food taster.
 
by Margie Palatini
Shelved at: E PALATINI
Stewart's loud, obnoxious sweet tooth constantly gets him into trouble, until Stewart uses a healthy diet to take control of the situation.
 
by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Shelved at: E ROSENTHAL
Parents will relate to this amusing twist on the age-old "eat your vegetables!" refrain. Little Pea is sure to be eaten up by both children and parents.
 
by Mitchell Sharmat
Shelved at: E SHARMAT
A very picky eater, Gregory the goat refuses the usual goat diet staples of shoes and tin cans in favor of fruits, vegetables, eggs and orange juice.
Beginning Readers
 
by Helen Frost
Shelved at: ER FROST
Visiting the dentist for the first time can be a stressful experience. Simple text and engaging photographs introduce the basics of dental health to young readers, making this series an important means of easing apprehension about receiving dental work.
 
by Christianne C. Jones
Shelved at: ER JONES
Tom is sure that he does not like peas, beans, broccoli, corn or carrots, until one day he eats them all cooked together in a casserole.
 
by Diane Namm
Shelved at: ER NAMM
When it comes to eating, Little Bear definitely prefers honey to potatoes, peas, tomatoes or cheese.
 
by DeMar Reggier
Shelved at: ER REGGIER
A boy grocery shops for nutritious food with his father, and together they cook dinner for the family.
Picture Books
 
Shelved at: E BERENSTAIN
Mama Bear lays down the law when she notices that Papa and the cubs are getting too chubby. With the help of Dr. Grizzly's slide show on how the body works, the Bear family makes a healthful adjustment in their diet and fitness habits.
 
Shelved at: E BLUES
It's Healthy Snack Day in Miss Marigold's class! Blue and her friends each need to choose a healthy snack to share. What snack will Blue bring? Read and find out!
 
Shelved at: E CHILD
Lola is a fussy eater. A VERY fussy eater. She won't eat her carrots (until big brother Charlie reveals that they are really orange twiglets from Jupiter). She won't eat her mashed potatoes (until Charlie explains they are cloud fluff from the pointiest peak of Mount Fuji). There are many, many things Lola absolutely will not eat, including, and especially, tomatoes. Or will she?
 
by Alan Durant
Shelved at: E DURANT
Benny loves burgers. In fact, burgers are the only food that Benny ever eats. If you don't watch out, you'll turn into a burger one day, warns his mom. And one day, Benny does. A delectable cautionary tale, this is a rollicking read-aloud thats certain to tickle picky eaters (and their parents) everywhere.
 
Shelved at: E FLAHERTY
A young American girl's picky eating habits transform a small worm into the famous Loch Ness monster. Includes facts about the biology of pickiness.
 
by Denise Fleming
Shelved at: E FLEMING
It's time for lunch, and one little mouse is famished! In fact, he's so hungry that once he starts eating, he can't stop. Parents will see their own toddlers in this perky tale, and toddlers won't get enough of the gregarious little mouse. They'll proudly identify the colors of his (and their) favorite foods, and enjoy guessing what fruit or vegetable he'll eat next.
 
by Barbara Jean Hicks
Shelved at: E HICKS
What do monsters eat? The waitress in this restaurant just doesn't have a clue. Monsters don't eat broccoli! But boy, do those trees they're munching on look an awful lot like broccoli. Maybe vegetables aren't so bad, after all! This hilarious book will have youngsters laughing out loud and craving healthy monster snacks of their own.
 
by Russell Hoban
Shelved at: E HOBAN
Frances decides she likes to eat only bread and jam at every meal--until, to her surprise, her parents grant her wish.
 
by Emily Jenkins
Shelved at: E JENKINS
Like children everywhere, Sugar the cat refuses to eat food she doesn't like! She's hungry, but when Leo generously gives her his last piece of birthday cake, Sugar will not eat it. Leo finally gives up. He fixes himself a chicken sandwich and some milk. Suddenly, guess who is up on the counter, nibbling at Leo's sandwich?
 
by Elizabeth Kann
Shelved at: E KANN
More than anything, Pinkalicious loves pink, especially pink cupcakes. Her parents warn her not to eat too many of them, but when Pinkalicious does . . . she turns pink! What to do?
 
by Kenneth Oppel
Shelved at: E OPPEL
A charming picture book about a 6-year-old king who's a very picky eater and his canine food taster.
 
by Margie Palatini
Shelved at: E PALATINI
Stewart's loud, obnoxious sweet tooth constantly gets him into trouble, until Stewart uses a healthy diet to take control of the situation.
 
by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Shelved at: E ROSENTHAL
Parents will relate to this amusing twist on the age-old "eat your vegetables!" refrain. Little Pea is sure to be eaten up by both children and parents.
 
by Mitchell Sharmat
Shelved at: E SHARMAT
A very picky eater, Gregory the goat refuses the usual goat diet staples of shoes and tin cans in favor of fruits, vegetables, eggs and orange juice.
Beginning Readers
 
by Helen Frost
Shelved at: ER FROST
Visiting the dentist for the first time can be a stressful experience. Simple text and engaging photographs introduce the basics of dental health to young readers, making this series an important means of easing apprehension about receiving dental work.
 
by Christianne C. Jones
Shelved at: ER JONES
Tom is sure that he does not like peas, beans, broccoli, corn or carrots, until one day he eats them all cooked together in a casserole.
 
by Diane Namm
Shelved at: ER NAMM
When it comes to eating, Little Bear definitely prefers honey to potatoes, peas, tomatoes or cheese.
 
by DeMar Reggier
Shelved at: ER REGGIER
A boy grocery shops for nutritious food with his father, and together they cook dinner for the family.