Guess My Name with Veggies and Fruits Blog Tour

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Happy Monday! Today it’s my turn to be on the blog tour for Guess My Name with Veggies and Fruits by Liana Strat. A fun little picture book on naming veggies and fruit, helping toddlers and preschoolers with learning their fruit and vegetables.

Read on to see what we thought.

Guess My Name with Veggies and Fruits Blog Tour

Book Description

Help your little ones learn about fruits and vegetables with this delightful illustrated children’s book, written by childcare expert Liana Strat.

These friendly faces will make new foods fun and engaging for young children.

Information about the book

Title: Guess My Name with Veggies and Fruits

Author: Liana Strat

Release Date: 2nd October 2018

Genre: Picture Book

Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

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What we thought

My toddler is learning her fruit and veggies at the moment, so this book is fantastic for her. The words are great little quizzes which test you on what fruit or veg it is. Then when you turn over the page, all is revealed. It’s bright fun and fantastically illustrated.

Guess My Name with Veggies and Fruits is a thoroughly engaging book so we have been reading through it during the day rather than bedtime. When a much more sleepier book is required!

There is the right amount of text to keep younger kids interested on each page without it overwhelming in a picture book.

We are loving this book and will be reading it for a long time to come!

Guess My Name with Veggies and Fruits

Guess My Name with Veggies and Fruits

Blog Tour

Here are the bloggers on the tour, why not pop over and check out their reviews?

Guess My Name with Veggies and Fruits by Liana Strat

 

Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you have enjoyed this post.

You can check out my book section here for other book tours and reviews.

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*I was sent this book in exchange for this post, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

4 Comments

  1. Jo m welsh
    November 8, 2018 / 3:43 pm

    A great way to talk about fruit and veg and learn .

  2. Rosemary Tily
    October 22, 2018 / 7:27 pm

    I like this book, it would help make a family trip to the veg/fruit section of the supermarket more interesting – and maybe encourage tasting more unusual veg and fruit at mealtimes.

  3. Rebecca Whatmore
    October 10, 2018 / 9:04 pm

    What a great idea to introduce fruit and veg and encourage them to eat it- lovely and bright illustrations too.

  4. Margaret GALLAGHER
    October 9, 2018 / 12:49 am

    Certainly will – it’s a lovely colourful book

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