Toast to Baby: Toast to Counting Book Review


Toast to Baby: Toast to Counting by Sandra Gross & Leah Busch

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There are lots of ways to make a friend. What better way than by making toast? First in the Toast to Baby series from an award-winning pair of artists. Bright, colorful images of kilnformed glass that look good enough to eat introduce sequencing, counting, and creativity in an innovative and whimsical way. Breakfast was never so beautiful—or fun!

This wonderful book is perfect for babies and toddlers just getting introduced to books. The pictures are wonderful and will keep little ones entertained and capture their interests.

Blue Manatee Press’s new Toast to Baby series and its inaugural title, Toast To Counting by artists Sandra Gross and Leah Busch, presents basic concepts in fun, surprising ways via the medium of cast glass. Here counting takes place via construction of a toast face using various delicious elements.

About the Author(s): Sandra Gross and Leah Busch have worked together for over 15 years as artists, teachers, and friends. Together they created Brazee Street School of Glass, an award-winning glass resource and education center, where they collaborate in projects ranging from fine art installations to introducing young children to the wonderful properties of glass. They regularly work with children in schools, workshops, and community events.

Toast to Baby: Toast to Counting is perfect for ages birth to 3, with 14 pages, costs $7.99 and it’s available from June 2012.

For more children’s books visit Blue Manatee Press!

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