Marthe Jocelyn’s simple concept of matching creatures — familiar and unusual — with their favorite foods is brought to life by the sparkling colors and masterfully cut paper shapes of Tom Slaughter’s illustrations; a first taste of modern art. And the surprise final picture makes a satisfying dessert.
Previous titles have received acclaim from Japan to Denmark, from France to Mexico. Enhancing a child’s visual and verbal vocabulary, Eats makes a joyful addition to the collection.
“top marks here for concept and execution”
— The Globe and Mail
“… simple and elegant… Young readers will savor the concept while poring over the compositions.”
— The Horn Book
“… an excellent introduction for those just starting to learn about relationships.”
— School Library Journal