Wearing food is much more fun than eating it in this sweet and sticky ode to toddler mealtime
Applesauce is fun to wear on your nose or in your hair. Toast is always nice and flat. What could make a better hat? What’s more fun than eating your food? Wearing it, and toddlers are especially talented at that. This adorable picture book features a diverse cast of babies making a delightful mess at mealtime.
About the Author
Nancy Raines Day made a wish on pennies in a wishing well to become a writer, and 10 years later, her first picture book came out. She and her husband live on St. Simons Island in Georgia, where she thinks up ideas while walking on the beach and swimming in the ocean. Jane Massey is a children’s book illustrator who lives and works in Hove on the South Coast of England. She studied graphic design at Kingston University and worked for several design agencies in London and Hong Kong in addition to illustrating children’s books. Applesauce Is Fun to Wear is their first book for Cameron Kids.
“In a silly, rollicking rhyme, Day explores the many ways that highchair-time can go awry. The titular phrase says it all: ‘Applesauce is fun to wear / on your nose / or in your hair.’" — Kirkus