Kid’s books about fruits and vegetables

Need some suggestions on fun and educational children’s books, pertaining to the topic of fruits and vegetables? Here’s a list of eight books following the fruit and vegetable theme.

  • Eating the Alphabet: Fruits & Vegetables from A to Z by Lois Ehlert introduces a large variety of fruits vegetables for all the letters of the alphabet.
  • The Vegetables We Eat by Gail Gibbons teaches kids all about vegetables, from how they grow to their many varieties.
  • Grow: A Family Guide to Growing Fruits and Vegetables by Ben Raskin helps families learn how to grow, care for, and harvest their own fruit and vegetable gardens.
  • Blue Potatoes, Orange Tomatoes: How to Grow a Rainbow Garden by Rosalind Creasy (Illustrations by Ruth Heller) explains how young gardeners can grow a rainbow garden with a variety of unique and colorful crops from seed to harvest.
  • Fruit Bowl by Mark Hoffman is a sweet story about Tomato wanting to join the other fruits in the fruit bowl, but they aren’t sure he belongs.
  • Fruits by Nancy Dickmann teaches children about the nutritional value of fruits and how they play an important role in a healthy diet.
  • What am I? Fruits by John Benzee contains fifteen riddles about various fruits that kids can guess and learn about.
  • Similarly, What am I? Vegetables by John Benzee asks kids to guess what the vegetables are according to the riddles and colorful illustrations.

All these books can be found by clicking on the pictures or by visiting a local bookstore.

Do you have any other fruit and vegetable book suggestions? Let me know in the comments below.

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