Made with Love: Pizza! (Board book)
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Create the perfect pizza with each turn of the page in this adorable board book that shows any pie is made better with love—and someone to share it with.
Let's make a pizza! Can you guess each ingredient as it's added? Soon the pizza will be ready to eat—overflowing with tasty toppings and piping hot, fresh out of the oven!
Artfully drizzled with Lea Redmond's fun-loving guessing game and topped with mouthwatering illustrations from Flora Waycott, this pizza-shaped board book is stacked with treats for hungry young readers. With every turn of these satisfyingly thick pages, a new, delicious topping is revealed, leaving readers with a picturesque plate of pizza at the end. Celebrate a classic family tradition with this appetizing board book.
GUESSING GAME: With each turn of the page, guess a new pizza topping! Which is your favorite? From olives to peppers, you have lots to choose from. Sure to encourage early readers—and picky eaters—to get excited about lunch and dinner.
DURABLE & PERFECT FOR LITTLE HANDS: Rounded, thick board construction makes this book both resistant to damages and perfect for little hands.
IT LOOKS SO REAL YOU COULD EAT IT: With shaped pages, yummy illustrations, and glimmering foil, this tactile board book mimics the delicious object quality of a real pizza. Just don't actually try to eat it!
BESTSELLING AUTHOR: Bestselling author Lea Redmond's Letters To series alone has sold more than 3 million copies. This is her modern, delicious, and innovative take on Sam's Sandwich—featuring every kid's favorite food: pizza!
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About the Author
Lea Redmond reveals the extraordinary hiding in the ordinary: a penny, a pizza, hand gestures, clouds. Lea creates books, toys, games, and small adventures that invite humans of all ages to be curious, playful, and kind. Visit Lea's world of wonder at LeaRedmond.com. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Flora Waycott is an artist and illustrator from England and raised in Japan. She worked in textile design for a number of years, exploring patterns and exciting color palettes, before turning her focus to illustration. She lives in Australia.