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Let's Nosh! [Board book]

Amy Wilson Sanger
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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Book Description

July 17 2002 World Snacks
The third book in our World Snacks series will satisfy hungry minds with its introduction to the comfiest of Jewish foods. Pages burst with bagels, knishes, tsimmes, and latkes—and lots and lots of matzoh. There's even . . . a scoop of noodle kugel in my fancy-schmancy bowl next to fruit-filled hamentaschen and some nutty rugelach rolls. Filled with tasty mixed media and cut-paper collages, LET'S NOSH! will have bubelahs large and small coming back for seconds.• Includes simple definitions of the foods.• Perfect gift for any Jewish holiday and appropriate for kosher households.

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From Publishers Weekly

Jewish delicacies create a smorgasbord in Let's Nosh! by Amy Wilson Sanger, the latest addition to the World Snacks series. " 'Carrot tsimmes,' calls my tummy,/ 'Let's nosh on kasha knish'/ Look how I made/ mish-mosh/ of my gefilte fish!" Colorful collages of fabrics, ribbon and more whet the appetite.
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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“Charming,” “user-friendly,” and “stimulating.” —Ruminator Review

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5.0 out of 5 stars Another good one! Oct. 26 2003
By cmp
Format:Board book
My kids have all of Amy Wilson Sanger's books. This one is probably their least favorite, though it's still good. Part of it may be my fault - I am not at all familiar with this food and so hesitate a little more over the words and don't get a good rhythm going. If you know your Jewish food, you probably would enjoy this just as much as the others. The pictures are still wonderful!
As another reviewer mentioned, while this one has the definitions on the back, there is no pronunciation guide, and that is too bad for me, personally.
All in all, this is still a wonderful kids book - more fun than most others out there - but not the best of this author's work.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Obey your tummy. Let your eyes Nosh on this book Aug. 14 2002
Format:Board book
I liked her earlier Sushi book; and although the rhymes seemed better with Sushi, I like this new book even more. I bought several copies to use a small gifts. With the unique cutout collage graphics, and a fabric bagel and challah, the reader is introduced to several fun and colorful noshes, including floating matzoh balls on a red checkerboard tablecloth, and chopped liver on dark rye on a blue check tablecloth. There's a fancy schmancy kugel with your orange sippy cup, and a mish moshed gefilte fish with carrots on a tray. So put down your kasha knish and gefilte fish, light your Friday night candle light, and buy this book for a lite bite.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another Wonderful "Food" Book Nov. 30 2002
By Shannon
Format:Board book
We love the third book in Sanger's food series. Although we definitely prefer the other two, this book amuses us as well, even though we weren't too sure what some of the food was. I personally wish the author would have included a pronunciation guide to the food like in Hola Jalapeño as well as the included translations. But all in all, this is another fun book, right in step with First Book of Sushi and Hola Jalapeño. Another must have for your child's library.
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5.0 out of 5 stars We call this "the bagel book" Sept. 18 2002
By A. Mass
Format:Board book
My 2 and a half year old twins LOVE this book and ask for it by name! They bring it to me again and again and ask for me to read them "the bagel book". We love it!
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4.0 out of 5 stars even harder to pronounce April 23 2010
Format:Board book
I love this series by Amy Wilson Sanger but I do wish that I could pronounce the words better. The pictures are so unique and interesting.
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