I Like Vegetables – Book Review

Carrots, peas, corn, and pumpkin are the veggies highlighted in Lorena Siminovich’s board book.

I Like Vegetables teaches toddlers about colors, counting, opposites, shapes and textures. Each veggie is illustrated on two pages, allowing for your little one to focus on the produce at hand.

The objects are drawn in different angles and sizes. You see peas in their shell and out of their shell. You see two whole pumpkins and one sliced open. There are many shapes that can be identified, both on the veggies and in the background artwork.

The book closes with an empty picnic basket on one page and a full one (of vegetables, of course) on the other. Although a quick read you could spend a good amount of time on all that this book has to offer.

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