There are some titles that work better with certain units of the “Just Eating” resource, other titles that work well with more than one of the units. You be the judge. Remember, many children like to hear a book read over and over again so don’t hesitate to read the same book more than once. When read in the context of the different units, different messages and learning come across.
- Dooley, Norah. Everybody Bakes Bread. c. 1996,Carolrhoda Books, Inc., Minneapolis. (Unit 1)
- Dooley, Norah. Everybody Cooks Rice. c. 1996 Houghton Mifflin Company. (Unit 2)
- Dooley, Norah. Everybody Brings Noodles. c. unk., Carolrhoda Books, Inc. Minneapolis. (Unit 5)
- DiSalvo-Ryan, Dyanne. Grandpa’s Corner Store. c. 2000, Dyanne Di-Salvo-Ryan. Harper-Collins. (Unit 3)
- DiSalvo-Ryan, Dyanne. Uncle Willie and the Soup Kitchen. c. 1991, Dyanne DiSalvo-Ryanne. Mulberry Books, NY. (Unit 1)
- Fitzpatrick, Mary Louise. The Long March. c. 1998. Tricycle Press, Berkley, CA. (Unit 4)
- Kadano, Eiko. Grandpa’s Soup. c.1999, Wm B. Eerdmans, Publishing Company. (Introductory session)
Ms. Barbara T. Baylor
Minister for Heathcare Justice
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