I love books that can easily turn into a whole learning experience. That is exactly what we did with Who Eats Orange by Diane White. This book explores colors, foods and animals. Honestly, homeschooling friends, you could make this into a long unit study on any of the topics. This book is fun all by itself to read too. We really enjoyed it. We read it, then pulled out some paints and then had a yellow snack.
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Dianne White has written several picture books, including the celebrated Blue on Blue, illustrated by Beth Krommes. This summer she also released Goodbye Brings Hello: A Book of Firsts, illustrated by Daniel Wiseman. She lives in Gilbert, Arizona, with her family. For more information, and to download a free activity kit, visit diannewrites.com.
Robin Page has written and illustrated several picture books, including the 2003 Caldecott Honor recipient What Do You Do with a Tail Like This?, which she created with her husband Steve Jenkins, and A Chicken Followed Me Home! and Seeds Move!, which she both wrote and illustrated. Robin and Steve live in Boulder, Colorado.
Looking for some easy activities to go along with this book? Check out the fun activities here.
One lucky winner will receive a copy of Who Eats Orange? courtesy of Simon & Schuster (U.S. addresses).
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