Let's Nosh!

Slurp a sip of chicken soup with floating matzoh balls From rugelach to fresh baked challah, tasty treats await young readers in this colorful, rhyming ode to kosher 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.
Let s Nosh Slurp a sip of chicken soup with floating matzoh balls From rugelach to fresh baked challah tasty treats await young readers in this colorful rhyming ode to kosher cuisine With pages full of tummy t

  • Title: Let's Nosh!
  • Author: Amy Wilson Sanger
  • ISBN: 9781582460819
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Board Book
  • 1 thought on “Let's Nosh!”

    1. I like the idea of introducing children to a culture through their food. After all, food is an important aspect of cultural identity. I didn't like that some of the rhymes were really forced (or weren't even actual rhymes). The collage illustrations were decent. But I think that the style is becoming over used. It's not a bad book, but it doesn't really excite me much.

    2. Another ethnic food book -- you gotta love it! The kids might not get the randomness of it, but the parents reading it will!

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