About the Book"Twenty-five different foods, grouped by color, are nutritionally decoded in this reference book for the preschool set"--
Book SynopsisTwenty-five different foods, grouped by color, are nutritionally decoded in this reference book for the preschool set. From grapes to beets and oatmeal to cashews, this reference book highlights and explains the benefits of 25 fruits, vegetables, nuts, and grains, each grouped into color categories and presented with the mind and body benefits they offer. Carefully crafted one-sentence explanations from author Toni Buzzeo provide the perfect amount of information for the preschool audience, and illustrator Serge Bloch's charming and humorous art make this an entertaining and uniquely appetizing reference book of food facts.
About the AuthorToni Buzzeo has authored twenty-eight picture books for children, including the 2013 Caldecott Honor Book and New York Times bestseller One Cool Friend, illustrated by David Small. She publishes both fiction and nonfiction. Endlessly enthusiastic, Toni draws on her career experiences as an elementary school librarian in crafting her books and speaking with audiences of children in schools and libraries. Toni lives in Arlington, Massachusetts, just downstairs from her two lovable grandchildren (endless sources of inspiration!) and their devoted parents. For more information about Toni and her books, visit www.tonibuzzeo.com. Serge Bloch is an internationally renowned artist, illustrator, and author whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The WSJ, Time Magazine, as well as in over one hundred books for children and adults. He was previously the art director of Bayard Jeunesse, one of France's largest children's publishers. Serge is the winner of multiple awards, including the Society of Illustrators' Gold Medal and the Bologna Ragazzi Award for Nonfiction. He lives with his wife in Paris and New York.