Bunny Loves Beans

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$17.95  $16.69
Pajama Press
Publish Date
9.4 X 9.4 X 0.8 inches | 1.15 pounds

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About the Author
Jane Whittingham is a librarian from Burnaby, British
Columbia, and earned her Masters of Library and Information Sciences at UBC
with an emphasis on children's librarianship and literature. Much like the
adventurous main characters in her fiction picture books, Wild One, A Good Day
for Ducks
, and Queenie Quail Can't Keep Up, Jane loves to explore. And much
like the children photographed in her nonfiction picture books Animals Move (a CLEL
Bell Picture Book Award finalist) and Bear Has a Belly (a Texas 2 x 2 Reading
List selection), she loves a lively story time!

Praise for Bunny Loves Beans

49th Shelf Spring 2024 "Most Anticipated Books for Young Readers" Selection

"A lip-smacking exploration of foods and colors. What's not to love? Adorable kids and cuddly animals eat their favorite, super-healthy foods--and teach readers about colors along the way. What role modeling! What savory, crunchy deliciousness! What yummy learning opportunities!...A treat for eyes and palates. Kids will want to return to this and eat healthy, too."--Kirkus Reviews

"Wittingham's rhyming verse falls into an easy, enjoyable, and repetitive reading pattern that lends itself to an interactive story hour....A diverse group of children next to a variety of animals all enjoying vibrant fruits and vegetables illustrates how humans and animals eat many of the same foods; simultaneously, the pages introduce colors and wholesome eating. A playful concept book that will have toddlers and preschoolers reaching for fruits and vegetables."--School Library Journal

"Uber-cutie....shows how animals and young children enjoy the same food. So come for the sweet little fluffy things. Stay for the healthy eating messaging."--Fuse 8, School Library Journal

"Bunny Loves Beans is another sweet title for our youngest readers...this time featuring animals and the colourful food they enjoy....The attractive images and catchy text are certain to pique the interest of even the most discerning eaters among us."--CM Magazine