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I Like Berries, Do You?
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I Like Berries, Do You?

Explore the world of healthy foods with your child. Help your child discover that eating is an adventure.
This lighthearted board book by the author of I Can, Can You? and My Up & Down & All Around Book features wonderful photographs of young children with Down syndrome enjoying a wide selection of healthy foods, from fruits and vegetables to meats and snacks.

Simple, singsong questions--I like broccoli, do you?--invite participation by little ones as they anticipate and say the word for the food in each photograph. And when youngsters see kids just like themselves eating nutritious foods with different textures, temperatures, colours, tastes, and smells, they'll want to try them too!

I Like Berries, Do You? encourages a varied diet that can minimise potential sensory or oral-motor issues often associated with Down syndrome. Read it from cover to cover with your child, or tailor it to meet your child's specific dietary needs.

NB: The library resources are available for ADSA library members to borrow. Unfortunately we do not sell direct to the general public.

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