Fieldmouse Books

Natalie Fieldhouse, Independent Usborne Organiser


1000 things to eat

1000 things to eat

1000 pictures
1000 things to eat

  • A colourful and tasty look-and-talk book to improve children’s vocabulary by introducing them to a wide range of food-related words.
  • With 1000 pictures to spot and talk about, from raw ingredients such as fruit and vegetables to delicious dishes from around the world.
  • Food is divided into sections such as the store cupboard, the fishmonger, a Chinese restaurant and more.
  • A great book to share and talk about with a small child, and help them build their vocabulary.
“Attractive illustrations and straightforward captions make this a wonderful way to introduce children to different cultures and countries.”
The Guardian

Board book:

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Extra information

Key Stage: EYFS/KS1; Age 3+

BIC: A2K79

Board book:
ISBN: 9781409582540
34 pages
290 x 240mm

Author/Editor: Hannah Wood

Illustrator: Nikki Dyson

Press reviews

This book is fab for picky eaters! My second son is monstrous at mealtimes and I was looking for a book about food to try and break down any barriers.
Toppsta reviewer
Prompted the kids to ask questions such as 'what food is that?', 'where does the food come from?', 'how do you cook that?', 'can we find that in the shop?', and most importantly, 'can we try that?'
Toppsta reviewer
We found fruit in it which Nanna had eaten on holiday in Bali, so it was excellent for broadening horizons!
Toppsta reviewer
A beautifully illustrated book full of pages and pages of every food stuff you could think of. Bert already loves going through the pages and naming all the food he already knows and hopefully it will help to introduce him to new foods as well.
Mrs Bishops' Bakes and Banter
This pictorial encyclopaedia of 1,000 different foods covers everything edible... Attractive illustrations (apart from the monkfish!) and straightforward captions make this a wonderful way to introduce children to different cultures and countries. The section on celebrations foods is also a handy reference for teachers and fits in well with the Early Years curriculum topics of religions and festivals.
The Guardian
It’s all here, from raw ingredients to cooked dishes from around the world, divided into sections such as home-cooked food, the sweet shop (sure to be a favourite), festivals and celebrations, and Indian restaurant. This is a great book to share and talk about with a small child, and a fun way to help them build their vocabulary.
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