Hola! Jalapeno

Dance, frijoles negros From tostadas to enchiladas, tasty treats await young readers in this colorful, rhyming ode to Mexican cuisine With pages full of tummy tempting foods, the books in the World Snacks series are a delicious way to introduce even the littlest eaters to cuisines from all around the globe.
Hola Jalapeno Dance frijoles negros From tostadas to enchiladas tasty treats await young readers in this colorful rhyming ode to Mexican cuisine With pages full of tummy tempting foods the books in the World Sn

  • Title: Hola! Jalapeno
  • Author: Amy Wilson Sanger
  • ISBN: 9781582460727
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Board Book
  • 1 thought on “Hola! Jalapeno”

    1. This is the cutest, funniest book for little kids. It's got great pictures - some real food, some cutouts. The rhyme is cute and catchy - I have long since memorized itHola jalapeno / I said hello my chile friend / senorita quesadilla / cheese is melting out your end For those not familiar with Spanish, there is a pronunciation guide on the back cover.

    2. Amy Wilson Sanger gives young readers a taste of international cuisine with her World Snacks series. Fun rhyming text is paired with mixed media illustrations. Each book either has a pronunciation guide or a description of each food that's talked about. These books are great to include in a library with a focus on different cultures.

    3. One of the very best board books we've found in the whole library, for its rhymes, collage illustrations, and cultural accuracy. I plan to look for the entire World Snacks series. Pretty cool niche for the author Why didn't I think of it?!

    4. Like the sushi book, the book gets Jude excited about eating. He wants to eat all of the food in the book.

    5. Not as lyrical as the other food books but a decent introduction to Mexican foods; cheerful illustrations; needs a pronunciation guide.

    6. Casa muy bueno! Que hace frio, pero no perro, entiende? Mi ojo esta mucho caliente con este libro. Patas frutas! Patas frutas!Mas pollo, por favor. Mas pollo, Julio Wanch. Mas, mas pollo.

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