What's for Breakfast? (Board book)

What's for Breakfast? By Stephani Stilwell Cover Image

What's for Breakfast? (Board book)

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"Busy pages and bouncy rhymes enliven the cheery atmosphere. . . . The jaunty artwork, bright colors, appealing topic, and lively text are all charming, but the real winner here is the playful, surprising interactive elements, which are sturdy enough to withstand the enthusiasm of book-hungry toddlers." --Booklist

In this hands-on novelty book, kids can decide what they want for breakfast in a fun, interactive way!

What's for breakfast? You decide! Children will love using the fun flaps, pull tabs, and spinning wheels to fill up their plates and explore the staples of a healthy breakfast. Whether peeling a banana, pouring juice, or flipping bacon, this delicious hands-on novelty board book lets kids play with their food and get excited about breakfast!
Steph Stilwell is a New York Times best-selling illustrator based in Brooklyn, NY. She loves puns, bright color palettes, hand-lettering, and is most often drawing food. Steph received her BFA in illustration from MICA and then spent several years in publishing as a children's book designer. She's since worked for clients like American Greetings, Snapchat, Puma, and Trader Joe's, and has worked on stationery, apparel, and books like Essentially Charli.
Product Details ISBN: 9781499812183
ISBN-10: 1499812183
Publisher: little bee books
Publication Date: September 21st, 2021
Pages: 12
Language: English
Rotating wheels, pull-tabs, flaps, and more make this celebration of breakfast foods a delectable treat. Animated illustrations of berries, bananas, waffles, cinnamon rolls, eggs, toasters, whipped-cream cans, and more (all with happily grinning faces) fill the busy pages, and bouncy rhymes enliven the cheery atmosphere-"What will you drink? / Pour yourself a cup. / Grab something sweet / to butter you up!" The jaunty artwork, bright colors, appealing topic, and lively text are all charming, but the real winner here is the playful, surprising interactive elements, which are sturdy enough to withstand the enthusiasm of book-hungry toddlers.
— Booklist