In more than 40 exuberant poems and vandalized photographs, you'll meet a city kid who fantasizes about farming on a stoop, a girl with crumpets and cr pes in her head, and a boy with a pet cabbage. Doctor Food prescribes good food as medicine and Dancing Kitchen will have you shimmying with your skillet. From the amuse-bouche to the very last pea on the plate, A Moose Boosh celebrates food--growing it, making it, slurping it and especially sharing it with loved ones at the dinner table. Bon app tit
Poetry is food for the soul, food is poetry for the tongue. Food writer Michael Pollan calls A Moose Boosh a very funny book while Kirkus Reviews says it is a kid-friendly companion to Michael Pollan's Food Rules. The American Library Association named the book a 2015 Notable Children's Book and says Readers and eaters are taken on a comical romp through the world of food using poetry and a visual feast of photographs enhanced with playful doodles. Eric-Shabazz Larkin made his author/illustrator debut with A Moose Boosh. He made his picture book illustration debut with Farmer Will Allen and the Growing Table.
Author: Eric-Shabazz Larkin
Publisher: Readers to Eaters
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 8.40h x 6.00w x 0.40d
Age Range: 10-UP
Kirkus Reviews 09/01/2014
Publishers Weekly 09/08/2014
School Library Journal 10/01/2014 pg. 131
About the Author
Eric-Shabazz Larkin didn't discover he had a graffiti artist inside of him until he drew the city skyline on the wall of his childhood home in Virginia. He made his picture-book illustration debut with Farmer Will Allen and the Growing Table, an American Library Association Notable Book. A Moose Boosh marks his author-illustrator debut. He lives in New York City.