PAR-TAY!: Dance of the Veggies

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A family leaves their house and goes out for the evening. The head of cabbage that is in the refrigerator sneaks to the front window to make sure the people are gone. As soon as they drive away, the cabbage alerts the other vegetables and fruits that it is time for them to party. They all come out of the refrigerator, magical instruments appear, and various veggies start making music. One after another of the veggies and fruits takes the center of the floor and, each in its own style, takes a turn dancing. After everyone has had a turn, they return to the refrigerator before the family comes home.

Any way to make kids find vegetables and fruits interesting is a win. Author Eloise Greenfield has made up a cute story, part in rhyme and part in prose, that strives to make vegetables fun. There is a little back matter that gives some information about vegetables and fruits and the difference between them, but there is no such information in the story. Cute cartoonish illustrations by Don Tate will help keep little ones interested.

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Author Eloise Greenfield • Don Tate, Illustrator
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Alazar Press
Publish Date 2018-Apr-01
ISBN 9780997772029
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Issue April 2018
Category Children's


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