Miscellaneous - Alphabet, counting, feelings, manners, families/relatives, shopping
 

A Busy Day at Mr. Kang's Grocery Store,  by Alice Flanagan (Children's Press, 1996)
-- a busy day at a Korean grocery store.

A Chocolate Moose For Dinner, by Fred Gwynne  (Aladdin, 1976)
-- double meaning words.

A Medieval Feast, by Aliki  (HarperCollins,  1983)
-- a royal feast.

A Shopping Day In Town, by Sarah Waters (Great Pond Publishing, 1992)
-- go shopping in different stores.

Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day,  by Judith Viorst (Aladdin Paperbacks, 1987)
-- a little boy has a very bad day - some days are like that.

At The Supermarket, by David Jautzig (Orchard Books, 1994)
-- grocery store.

Babar Eats Lunch, by  Jean & Laura de Brunhoff (Jelly Bean Press, 1990)
-- setting the table and selecting foods.

Big Birds Day on the Farm, by Cathi Rosenbury-Turow (Western Pub 1985)
-- learn about eggs, honey, milk, etc.

Breakfast Time, Ernest & Celestine, by Gabrielle Vincent (Julia McRae, 1986)
-- pictures at breakfast time.

Bunny Isabel's Easter Egg Hunt, by Max Haynes (Dutton Children's Books, 1998)
--friends help mother hen hunt for her lost egg.

Carolina Shout!, by Alan Schroeder, (New York Dial Books for Young Readers,  1995)
-- A young girl describes the music she hears in the cries of various vendors on the streets of Charleston, SC

Chef Ki Is Serving Dinner, by Jill Duvall (Children's Press, 1997)
-- A Korean American and his wife in their restaurant.

Chop, Simmer, Season, by Alexa Brandenberg  (Harcourt Brace & Co., New York, 1997)
--
colorful pictures show the chef at the Top Notch Restaurant prepare dinner.

Color Crunch, by Charles Reasoner  (Price Stern Sloan, 1996)
-- learn about colors on the plate - yellow bananas and many more.

Dinner at the Panda Palace, by Stephanie Calmenson (Harper Collins, 1991)
-- count the animal who came to eat.

Eating Fractions, by Bruce McMillan (Scholastic Press, 1991)
-- portions of food.

Earth, by Wendy Larson (La Coccinella, 1993)
-- learn about the treasures of the earth.

Grandma's House, by Elaine Moore (Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, 1997)
-- a little girl learns about fruits while enjoying grandma.

Green Eggs And Ham, by Dr. Seuss (Beginner Books - A Division of Random House, 1960)
--Sam I Am learns to eat new foods.

Groover's Guide to Good Manners, by Constance Allen  (Golden Book, 1992)
-- how to be polite.

Hold Everything, by Sara Corbett  (Children's Press, 1996)
-- bags, bowls, buckets, and baskets throughout history.

Home, by Cynthia Klingel (Creative Ed, 1986)
--safety rules.

Home Place, by Anne Shelby  (Orchard Books, 1995)
-- great, great, great grandpa's house - a 200 year old house grows and changes with the family.

How Food Was Given: An Okanagan Legend, by Okanagan Tribal Council (Theytus books 1991)
--Okanagan Indians of North America and legends.

I Need A Lunch Box, by Pat Cummings (Harper Trophy, 1988)
-- lunch boxes, waiting turns.

In The Diner, by Christine Loomis (Scholastic, 1993)
-- learn about the treasures of the earth.

Is It Red? Is It Yellow? Is It Blue?, by Tana Hoban (Greenwillow Books, 1978)
--colors & shapes.

It's A Spoon, Not a Shovel, by Caralyn Buchner  (Penguin Books, 1995)
-- quiz on manners.

Kevin's Grandma, by Barbara Williams (Anytime Book, 1975)
-- a tale of grandmother one-upmanship.

Lets Pretend - Fun Ideas for Make-Believe, by  Clare Beaton (Barron's Education Sales, Inc, 1997)
-- cafe, hospital, school, shop, theatre.

Markets, by Jeanne Bendick and Robert Bendick (A First Book, Franklin Watts, 1997)
-- from barter to bar codes.

Market Days , by Marti Shohet (BridgeWater Books, 1995)
--markets around the world.

Mel's Diner, by Marissa Moss (Troll Medallion, USA 1994)
--Mabel enjoys helping her father and mother run their diner..

My First Thanksgiving , by Tomie dePaola (G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1992)
--remember the Pilgrims, preparing a feast, giving thanks, and more.

My Little People Farm  - A lift the-flap Play Book, by Doris Tomaselli  (Reader's Digest Young Families Book - Josha Morris Publishing Inc, 1997)
-- counting colors, shapes, chore-time opposites on the farm.

Objects: See and Say, by Tony Tallarico (Tuffy Books Inc., 1986)
-- objects to identify.

Paddington Goes Shopping, by Michael Bond (Harper Collins, 1992)
-- grocery shopping.

Pickles to Pittsburg, by Judi Barrett (Atheneum Books, 1995)
-- dreams of unusual places.

Saturday Market, by Patricia Grossman (Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, 1994)
-- packing up the truck and going to Mexican market.

Shapes for Lunch, by Charles Reasoner (Price Stern Sloan, 1997)
-- lunch shapes and ants at a picnic.

Sunday, by Synthia Saint James (Albert Whitman & Co, 1996)
--a typical Sunday eating breakfast, going to church, and visiting grandparents.

Taste and Smell, by Doug Kinkaid & Peter Coles (Rourke Pubs, 1983)
-- senses of taste and smell.

The  Berenstain Bears - A Big Color Activity Book, by Stan & Jan Berenstain (Golden 1992)
--coloring pages and games with the Berenstain Bears.

The Berenstain Bears Forget Their Manners, by Stan & Jan Berenstain (Random House, 1985)
-- mealtime manners.

The Farm Book, by Jan Pfloog (A Golden Book, 1964)
-- Betty and Bobby help their father with the animals on the farm.

The Gifts of Kwanzaa , by Synthia Saint James (Albert Whitman & Company 1994)
-- Learn about the seven principles of Kwanzaa, one for each day.

The Greatest Table, by Michael J. Rosen & Share Our Strength (Harcourt Brace & Co, 1994 )
-- a 24 foot long accordion- book banquet to aid Share Our Strength's fight against hunger.

The Relatives Come, by Cyntia Rylant (Bradbury Press, 1985)
-- families together in Virginia.

The Seven Silly Eaters, by Mary Hobermam (Browndeer Press, 1997)
-- fussy eaters surprise mother.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, by Ruth Rocha and Otavio Roth (United Nations Publications 1989,1995)
-- an adaptation for children.

There's An Alligator Under My Bed, by Mercer Mayer (Dial, 1987)
-- a little boy used food to get rid of monsters.

Things To Know, by Richard Scarry (Golden Books, 1992)
-- shapes, sizes, and opposites.

Tom and Ann Go Shopping, by Barry Smith (Houghton Mifflin Co, 1988)
-- A can you find book

Tommy At The Grocery Store, by Bill Grossman (Harper Trophy, 1989)
-- the little pig's problems in a grocery store.

Watch Out For The Chicken Feet In Your Soup, by  Tomie dePaola (Aladdin Paperback, 1974)
--a little boy's friend learns new food ways.

What Are You Eating, by Rebecca Elgar  (Berry Blue Books, 1996)
--color clues with ribbons help find the right food.

What Comes in 2's, 3's, & 4's, by Susanne Aker (Aladdin,  1990)
-- counting including food and table items.

What's it like to be a ... Grocer, by Shelley Wilks (Troll Associates, 1990)
--taks such as picking out fresh produce at the city market, stocking shelves, and making deliveries.

When I Was Young On The Mountain, by Cynthia Rylant (Puffin Unicorn, 1982)
-- learn about life in Appalachia.

Where Does It Go?, by Margaret Milller (Green Willow Pubs, 1992)
-- right and wrong places to put things.
 

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