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I Can Eat A Rainbow Board book – Apr 28 2009


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  • Board book: 18 pages
  • Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd.; Brdbk edition (April 28 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 075665162X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0756651626
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 20.6 x 20.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 272 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #485,539 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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By L. Payne on March 12 2011
Format: Board book
I bought this for my 6 month old, and simply love it!! Saw something similar at the library with food and it had mostly junk.. donuts, cookies, cake.. This is all healthy and nutritious!!
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A feast for a youngster's imagination June 9 2009
By Michelle Hall - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Board book
We bought this for our 9 1/2 month old boy and it is one of his favorite books. He enjoys all the colors, counting the various fruits and veggies, and the fruit and veggie animals when mommy makes their noises. As he grows we may even try making the animals ourselves. Its a good vocabulary builder, teaches colors, introduces them to different food items, and suggests ways to help the child learn and experience the book and the food items in creative and educational ways.
excellent book! Jan. 9 2014
By Yedida - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Board book Verified Purchase
Beautiful, colorful, healthy food book that is very well made. One of my twins' favorites since infancy, and still a favorite at 3 years. It also has cute foodie-craft ideas :-) I highly recommend!
Favorite book of my 18mo old! Jan. 26 2013
By awollenweber - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Board book Verified Purchase
We checked this book out from the library and my son loved it, so we purchased a copy. FYI - This is a picture book, no story or anything really to read, but it's great for getting children interested in nutrition and teaching them names of different veggies/fruits. I'm not too crazy about the food "animals" they make. For instance, a potato is only shown as the head of an animal so it is difficult for him to recognize. But all of the other pictures are so clear and realistic that I usually just skip over naming parts of the animals. We read this book 8-10 times a day... gets old for me, but never for him.
Good, but not perfect June 5 2012
By Patricia J. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Board book
My 14 month old has started the phase where they get picky about vegetables, so I got her this book and "Eating the Alphabet: Fruits & Vegetables from A to Z (Harcourt Brace Big Book)". I expected that this one would be better because (a) it has photos, not drawings, (b) the bright colors would draw her in. However, she gets confused or bored by the fact that everything on the page is the same color. The patterns and watercolors of "Eating the Alphabet" is actually what she prefers. Also, the produce in Eating the Alphabet is (counterintuitively) more realistic looking than the glossy, overly bright photos of this book, so it more closely resembles what I actually feed her.

Anyway she's eating more vegetables now, but it might be that she grew out of the phase.
Healthy Habits Early May 21 2012
By Chic Mama - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Board book Verified Purchase
I bought this book for my 3 year old son when he was a baby. He is the kind of kid now that will eat my zucchinis raw off the counter and leave the crackers! I think this book helped him learn how to eat right, there are really cute illustrations of animals made entirely of fruit and veggies! Because my second one is much pickier I went a head and purchased another one. Hopefully this will help! My 3 year old LOVED this book so much it eventually fell apart.

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