Kids books about food

Busy Day: Chef by Dan Green (2020)

This lift-the-flap book is perfect for little hands who want to explore the world of cooking and baking. Mini sous chefs can follow along with what is being created in the chef’s kitchen and copy his actions with the fun interactive flaps. A wonderful story that will improve their motor skills and begin to teach them about cooking.

Recommended reading age: 2-3 years old

A is for Avocado by Carolyn Suzuki (2020)

Carolyn Suzuki’s eye-catching alphabet book packed with vegan food educates children of all ages about the powerful health benefits of vegetables and plants. Bold colours, playful patterns, and some giggles along the way will entertain the littlest readers and inspire all members of the family to enjoy a healthier, plant-based lifestyle. 

Recommended reading age: 5-7 years old

Peppa Pig: Yum! Yum! Yum! Sticker Activity Book (2019)

If you’re not in the mood for taking your child to jump in muddy puddles then this sticker book could be a great alternative for a rainy-day activity. Containing over 100 food-themed stickers, join Peppa and George as they help Mummy Pig bake cookies and decorate pizzas before growing vegetables with Grandpa Pig. It will keep children busy for hours!

Recommended reading age: 1-4 years old

Teatime for Pirates by Richard Dungworth & Sharon Harmer (2015)

What do pirates eat for their tea? We know that they DO NOT want sausages, mash and vegetables in Richard Dungworth’s tale! Captain Cutlass is trying to avoid a mutiny and has to convince his swashbuckling crew that eating this meal will make them the toughest pirates on the high seas. The fun rhymes and entertaining images in this book ARRR bound to get children excited about finishing their food.

Recommended reading age: 3-5 years old

Peppa Pig: Let's Go Shopping Peppa (2015)

Peppa and George love food shopping – it’s so much fun! And this time they’re off to the supermarket with Mummy and Daddy Pig. Whilst Mummy Pig has a list of what she needs and Peppa is being super helpful, something extra chocolatey ends up in the trolley. Little ones will love going shopping with their favourite pig in this fun storybook.

Recommended reading age: 2-6 years old

Hey Duggee: Super Yummy! (2019)

Kiddies will work up an appetite with this tasty Hey Duggee sticker book. The Squirrel Club leader and his gang are growing, making, and eating all of their favourite food and drink. This book contains over 60 stickers that children will recognise from the hit television show and fans will certainly have earned their sticker badge after working through the pages in this book.

Recommended reading age: 2-6 years old

Peppa Pig: Peppa's Vegetable Garden (2018)

Everyone knows that pigs have a great appetite and Peppa and her family are no different. In this book, Peppa and George learn about planting and growing vegetables with Grandpa Pig. The colourful tale will teach children where the food they eat comes from and might help them like vegetables a tad more, too! Peppa and George may not be the most patient little pigs but they soon learn that growing their own food is both fun, and worth the wait!

Recommended reading age: 2-6 years old

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