All Our Fruits and Vegetables, by Roberta Duyff (Many Hands Media, 1996)
--growing and tasting fruits and vegetables from everywhere.
An Edible Alphabet, by
Bonnie Christensen(Dial Books for young readers, 1994)
--learn names of food.
Blue Potatoes, Orange Tomatoes, by Rosalind Creasy(Sierra Club Book, 1994)
--how to grow a rainbow garden.
Cabbages and Kings, by
Elizabeth Seabrook (Viking, Penguin Group, 1997))
--Albert Asparagus talks with Herman Cabbage until Fair time.
Eating the Alphabet, by
Lois Ehlert(Red Wagon Books, Harcourt Brace & Co)
--alphabet fruits and vegetables
Priscilla Burris (Leap Frog Lift A Flap)
--look at things found in garden.
Gardening with Sarah and Tommy, by Dagmar Stam & Francine Oomen (Whitecap Books
--learn equipment, pumpkins, tomatoes, sweet peas, compost, rhubarb, potatoes, radishes, beasties, carrots, beans, strawberries and more..
Grandma's Latkes, by
Malka Drucker(Voyager Books, 1992)
--Grandma explains Hanukkah while making latkes.
Growing Vegetable Soup,
by Lois Ehlert (Harcourt Brace & Co., 1987)
--growing vegetables for soup.
How many veggies?, by
Phil Vischer (Tommy Nelson Inc, 1995)
Hurry, Hurry, Mary Dear,
by N M Bodecker (Margaret K McElderry Books, 1998)
--A woman frantically rushed to prepare for winter while her husband sits idly by.
I Eat Vegetables, by
Tofts Hannah, Zero to Ten Ltd, 1998)
-- trace vegetables from the ground to ready for eating..
If You Give A Mouse A Cookie, by Laura Joffe Numeroff (Harper Collins Publishers,
--the cookie begins a host of requests.
Inch by Inch - The Garden Song, by David Mallett (Harper Collins, 1975)
In a pumpkin shell, by Jennifer Gillis (Storey Communication Inc 1992)
--more than 20 pumpkin projects for kids.
Jack and the Beanstalk,
by Eric Metaxas (Rabbit Ears Book and Cassette, 1991)
--a boy climbs a beanstalk and uses his quick wits.
and the Big Potato - an Irish Folktale, by Tomie de Paola (Putnam & Grosset
--taking the easy way out is sometimes more trouble.
June 29, 1999, by David
Wiesner (Clarion Books, 1992)
--an innovative science project sprouting seeds.
Just Enough Carrots, by
Stuart Murphy (Harper Collins, 1997)
--more, same, and fewer carrots.
Lunch, by Flemming (Henry
Holt & Co, 1992)
--a hungry mouse eats many colorful fruits and vegetables.
Mouse and Mole and the Year Round Garden, by Doug Cushman
(WH Freeman & Co, 1994)
--learn gardening the year around.
My Summer in Caillebotte's Garden, by Hayot Monelle, Hayot, 1995)
--travel through many summer garders.
No More Peas, Please, by
Anne A. Roth (Ozark Pub. Inc., 1997)
--a young boy does not like peas but tries them to please.
Oliver's Vegetables, by
Vivian French (Orchard Books, 1995)
--Grandpa's vegetable garden.
One Potato, by Diana
Pomeroy (Harcourt Brace, 1996)
--A counting book with vegetables, fruits, and seeds.
Our Two Gardens, by Peter
Kavanagy & Margaret Hebblethwaite (Oliver-Nelson Publishers,
--sharing the world of gardens.
One Watermelon Seed, by
Celia Barker Lottridge (Oxford University Press, 1986)
--counting book from one watermelon seed to thousands of popcorn puffs.
Peter Rabbit - Lift A Flap,
by Beatrix Potter (Leap Frog Lift-a-flap, 1996)
--A rabbit gets in trouble for eating vegetables.
Picking Peas for a Penny,
Angela Medearis (Scholastic, 1993)
--life on the farm in the 30s
Pumpkin Pumpkin, by
Jeanne Titherington (Mulberry Paperback Book, 1986)
- pumpkins in the fall.
Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf, by
Lois Ehlert (Harcourt Brace, 1991)
--colors and leaves.
She Taught Me To Eat Artichokes, by Mary Kay Shanley (Sta-Kris, Inc., 1993)
--learning new things and friendships.
Stone Soup, by Marcia
Brown(Aladdin Paperbacks, 1947)
--3 hungry soldiers outwit greedy villagers.
The Berenstain Bears Grow It, by Stan & Jan Berenstain (Random
--potting and planting - learn how it is done.
The Carrot Seed, by Ruth
Krauss (Harper Collins, 1945)
The Delicious Garden, by
Michael Teirelbaum (Smithmark Pub, 1994)
--growing & canning vegetables.
The Turnip , by
Pierr Morgan (Charles Scribner's sons, 1938)
--An Old Russian tale.
The Vegetable Show, by
Laurie K. Brown(Little, Brown & Co., 1995)
--vegetables in a show.
The Wild Bunch, by Dee
Lillegard (GP Putnam's Sons, 1997)
--mangos tango and roots in dirty suits; clever verse.
Things That Grow(Snapshot
--fruits and vegetables.
Three Stalks of Corn, by
Leo Politi (Aladdin Books, 1994)
--Grandmother explains the legends and uses of corn.
Tops and Bottoms, by
Janet Stevens (Harcourt Bruce, 1995)
--hare vs bear in gardening.
Vegetable Friends, by
Tony Lawlor, Bruce Kaciemba (Toybox Creations, 1996)
--become a friend with vegetables, how to grow and serve them.
Vegetable Garden, by
Douglas Florian (Voyager Books, 1961)
--a family plants a vegetable garden.
Vegetables in the Garden
, by Pascalde Bourgoing & Gallimard Jeunesse(Scholastic,
--bright transparent pages how vegetables grow.
Vegetable Soup - The Nutritional ABCs - The
Fruit Bowl, by Diane Warren and Susan Jones
(Oasis Pubs., 1996)
--A is for asparagus and vitamin A - an alphabet book.
We Can Eat the Plants, by
R.L. Williams (Creative Teaching Press, 1994)
--roots, stems, leaves, and flowers.
What's For Lunch - Potatoes, by Claire Llewellyn(Children's Press, 1998)
-potato facts about growing, harvesting, marketing
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