I've missed Book Sharing Monday and am so happy that Alex has started hosting it again!
My kids, especially the youngest, are all pretty picky when it comes to eating. The older two have become more adventurous as they've gotten older, but the youngest keeps deleting foods from his diet and not adding to it. In an effort to expand his palate a bit, I've checked out and requested books from the library that have to do with food and nutrition, and, for a bit of a science tie-in, food chains. So far we have the following books on hand:
The Edible Pyramid--Good Eating Every Day by Loreen Leedy (a Reading Rainbow book).
The Monster Health Book--a Guide to Eating Healthy, Being Active & Feeling Great for Monsters & Kids by Edward Miller.
Who Eats What? Food Chains and Food Webs by Patricia Lauber; illustrated by Holly Keller (a Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science book).
Food Chain Frenzy--a Magic School Bus Chapter Book by Anne Capeci; illustrated by John Speirs.
Others that are on their way:
Why Do People Eat? by Kate Needham (Usborne Starting Point Science)
Good Enough to Eat: a Kid's Guide to Food and Nutrition by Lizzy Rockwell
Food & You: Eating Right, Being Strong, and Feeling Great by Dr. Lynda Madison (for Jane)
Food for Thought: the Stories behind the Things We Eat by Ken Robbins
Cool Snack Food Art: Easy Recipes That Make Food Fun to Eat! by Nancy Tuminelly
Oh the Things You Can Do That Are Good for You! All about Staying Healthy by Tish Rabe
I welcome suggestions. Happy reading!