First Book of Sushi by Amy Wilson Sanger
(World Snacks)

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For the littlest fans of that favorite Japanese finger food comes a sturdy board book sure to inspire giggles (and even some growling stomachs!). Sanger's mixed media and cut-paper collages are an ideal accompaniment to her bouncy rhyming text sure to captivate even the most finicky eaters. Whether a temaki know-it-all or clueless about ebi, FIRST BOOK OF SUSHI is a welcome side-dish for nori experts and novices of all ages.


About Amy Wilson Sanger

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AMY WILSON SANGER is the creator of the Tricycle's best-selling World Snacks series for toddlers. She lives with her family in Woods Hole, Massachusetts.
Published June 15, 2001 by Tricycle Press. 20 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Young Adult, Cooking.

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A simple rhyming text demonstrates the different kinds of sushi children can eat: ""I'll take yellowtail hamachi/ and a red maguro slice./ Big, BIG futomaki/ has so many grains of rice!"" A pronunciation guide would have been helpful for novice diners, but the bright collage illustrations he...

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