Little Pea If Little Pea doesn t eat all of his sweets there will be no vegetables for dessert What s a young pea to do Children who have trouble swallowing their veggies will love the way this pea size picture

  • Title: Little Pea
  • Author: Amy Krouse Rosenthal Jen Corace
  • ISBN: 9780811846585
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Hardcover
  • If Little Pea doesn t eat all of his sweets, there will be no vegetables for dessert What s a young pea to do Children who have trouble swallowing their veggies will love the way this pea size picture book serves up a playful story they can relate to.

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    About “Amy Krouse Rosenthal Jen Corace

    1. Amy Krouse Rosenthal Jen Corace says:

      SHORT BIO Amy Krouse Rosenthal was She divided her time NOT SO SHORT BIO Amy Krouse Rosenthal was a person who liked to make things.Some things she liked to make include Children s books Little Pea, Spoon, DuckRabbit Grown up books Textbook Amy Krouse Rosenthal, Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life Short films The Beckoning of Lovely, The Money Tree Guided journals The Belly Book Something out of nothing see above A longtime contributor to WBEZ and to the TED conference, Amy lived with her family in Chicago and online at whoisamy.

    2 thoughts on “Little Pea

    1. I loved this book. Really, really loved it. What a perfect ending. And, such an accessible story. I plan to use it when I do my mini-lesson on ending your story. (I teach second grade.) Endings are so hard to get right and this will be an excellent example. * * * * * * * * * * * * *Last school year Sloane stayed home sick with her Daddy. It was about January of 2010. Anyway, she got bored, but had to be still. So, she reread Little Pea and decided to write a book for me. She called it Tiny Corn [...]

    2. Clever idea for a storyd well-executed! The text is concise, and the illustrations are adorable. However, we're going to try to avoid the eat-your-supper-and-get-dessert thing with our children because we believe that rule made us develop some not-so-healthy habits with dessert. So seeing as how that's the crux of this story, I don't foresee us purchasing this book or getting it from the library again. But that's just our own personal hang-up with it. It really is a great little story!

    3. Little Pea,Little Hoot andLittle Oink -I read these three adorkable children's books yesterday which adopt the reverse psychology on kids, if it can be called that.There is a common setup for all the stories. These little ones live with their Mama and Papa, they hate doing something that is expected of them (also, forced on them by their parents) AND love something that kids, more often than not, are stereotyped to hate.Little Hoot hates to wait for bedtime.“All my other friends get to go to b [...]

    4. In the world of peas, everything is topsy turvy ;) They have candies for dinner & spinach as a dessert Read this to your lil one & show them how the baby pea struggles to eat his 5 candies every night but gobbles down the spinach super fast! For him, the spinach isyum, yum, EXTRA YUM!:D Here is the story of this adorable pea :) youtube/watch?v=wQM9r

    5. ماذا تتوقع أن تكون التحلية المفضلة لدى حبة البازلاء الصغيرة؟ليست الحلوى بالتأكيد!رابط المشاهدةmy link textـــــــــــــــــــــقراء القصة ينصحون بها للأطفال من سن ثلاث لست سنوات

    6. Perfectly cute twist on "eat your vegetables," for the pea is required to eat his candy before he can have spinach for dessert.

    7. Cuteness overload alert - even down to the fun dinnertime twist. Peas are just such adorable main characters!

    8. Loved this one so much because Little Pea is the exact opposite of my daughter. If only she could eat candy 24/7 like Little Pea!

    9. My son has excellent taste in books. Earlier this summer he picked out Little Pea by Amy Krause Rosenthal. This cute little book about a family of peas has already become a family favorite.Little Pea, the title character, reminds me a lot of my son. Little Pea every night is forced to eat food he doesn't like (because it's good for him). His exasperated parents ask him to eat five pieces. Little Pea reluctantly does what they ask but pulls the most wonderful faces as he takes his bites. These sc [...]

    10. This is an adorable book and it’s great fun. I am not convinced that it will actually convert children who don’t like vegetables into vegetable lovers if that’s a goal. It is a cute story though and the illustrations are terrific. The candy sure looks pretty but not that extremely appealing (to me) as none of it is chocolate.I loved vegetables even as a young child (except for eggplant, green onions, and radishes - I acquired a taste for those three in adulthood) but I would have enjoyed t [...]

    11. Huge favorite in our house. My 5 yr old and twin 3 yr olds loved it. Besides being a wonderfully fun story about eating right, the reversal food idea, of a pea having to eat candy for dinner and hating it, really appeals to my children. They were tickled pink with the idea. And I absolutely, positively fell in love with Jen Corace's illustrations. I never knew a pea could have so many facial expressions and be just so darn cute. It made me break into my terribly awful French Peas Veggie Tales ac [...]

    12. A really fun book to read with my toddler. She definitely appreciates all the noises that accompany the pea eating all the disgusting candy. However, I'm not sure if it's a book that we'll check out again. I know it's playing on the "finish your veggies if you want dessert" style of parenting that a lot of families have, but we don't have that in our home - and the later my daughter realizes that society values food differently (as in some foods are rewards and some are chores), the better.

    13. little pea :)If Little Pea doesn't eat all of his sweets, there will be no vegetables for dessert! What's a young pea to do?Check video here :youtube/watch?v=UyIo8b

    14. Working at a bookstore then going home to a three month old sister, I read a lot of board books. This one is easily my favorite. It has everything a kids' book needs, a simple story, adorable illustrations, and a wonderful example of reverse psychology. It's fantastic, and Little Hoot is equally worth taking a moment to read.

    15. Ellie read to the dogs and then read again to me. Very funny book that our friends introduced us too. Great for kids and picky eaters or simply those who love candy!. Ellie said she would eat little pea's dinner for him so he could get his dessert :)b 2/1/16

    16. I brought this book home with one of my girls in mind who was once caught eating sugar in her closet. Little pea cannot have his dessert until he eats all the candy on his plate. A really cute book!

    17. This is the cutest book EVER! I love, love, love it! I think I've bought 4-5 copies and given them to various friends' kids. I still need to buy a copy for myself. I love Little Pea!

    18. I haven't made a habit of putting children's lit on my list, but dd got this book from the library, and it's a great read! Especially if you have picky eaters funny!

    19. This is one of the best children's books I have ever read and that is saying a lot! Plus it emphasizes eating your veggies!

    20. A little pea has to eat candy for dinner and doesn't like it. He's told if he eats 5 pieces he can have dessert. So eats 5 pieces and gets to eat spinach. Yum. The end. Short story that kids aren't going to understand why eating candy is so terrible. You can discuss how being forced to eat may make you not like it or too much of a good thing can be bad.

    21. (children’s book): Little Pea must eat candy before Little Pea gets to eat vegetables for dessert; complete with the struggles to do such a dastardly thing. Purchased via Friends of Madison County Public Library, Berea, KY quilt/book sale-purchased for the children of our church family (John Henry/Ellis); 36 pgs.

    22. Clever.Imaginative.Precious!"Little Pea" was Amy Krouse Rosenthal's debut children's book, and she made it look effortless. This is a story that will be enjoyed again and again, as the various family moments shared by the main characters are both relatable and unique. The illustrations are simplistic, yet effectived the inclusion of unexpected details (like, Fig. 1, Fig. 2, and Fig. 3) will delight audiences of all ages.

    23. My seven year old’s review This book is good for my age and younger.I think it was an excellent and great fun book but for my opinion I would have had said candy before spinach.And that is my review.

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