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How We Eat

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Mealtime just got a whole lot more fun! HOW WE EAT helps families and educators discuss ability, culture, and food at home and in the classroom.

Complete with family discussion questions and a guide detailing the foods, tools, and utensils seen on each page. Created with 0-5-year-olds in mind.

See kids using bottles, spoons, chopsticks, GI tubes, forks, cups, and their hands to eat. See families nursing, pumping, spoon-feeding, and checking ingredient lists for allergens. Join in as families celebrate birthdays and holidays with traditional foods. Learn about foods like sushi, arepas, artichokes, dosas, and dumplings. Celebrate all the different ways we eat!

Part of the We Are Little Feminists series - the identity-affirming board book series developed to raise intersectional feminists. Created to help families and educators discuss diversity through everyday topics, We Are Little Feminists helps children stand against racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and ableism.

Shuli de la Fuente-Lau (she/her) is a mama, educator, and lover of noodles. She's taught a variety of elementary grades in urban classrooms in California and internationally, and is currently an assistant principal. She is passionate about the intersection of picture books, identity, and important conversations

"Sharing a meal, nourishing bodies, and preparing food are essential pieces of human and cultural experiences; this sweet book makes clear that everyone is a part of that…In this installment in the We Are Little Feminists series, readers see feeding tubes, breast pumps and breastfeeding, and adaptive cutlery along with diverse representation of families and cuisines…Spare text makes use of alliteration and simple rhymes. What really sets this title apart, however, are the beautiful images, taken by various photographers." - Kirkus Starred Review

“The board book market offers vast, untapped opportunities to introduce babies, toddlers, and preschoolers to so many different kinds of people. I’m glad at least one series has the pluck and moxie to give kids a fuller first glimpse of the world.

…You just hit the board book jackpot.”

Seriously, if you haven’t taken a look at these books then I urge you to run, not walk, to your nearest library or independent bookstore and grab yourself some copies. Any baby shower you bring these to will instantly make you the coolest gift giver in the room


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