In Planting a Rainbow, mom and child plant flowers. Some start as bulbs, some start as seeds. All of the flowers are well labeled, which adds interest to the parent. After the flowers grow, they form a rainbow. Or as Logan would say, 'A bainbow!!!' The page sizes vary, making the rainbow very obvious. For each color, you can "lift the flap" and view flowers of that color. We've been working on learning colors this month so this was a great addition to that!
"Growing Vegetable Soup" is another book that follows the plant growth cycle. In this story, a child and daddy plant a vegetable garden. Included are bold, bright, geometric pictures of tools and plants.
I gave Logan a plate full of vegetables to snack on while reading this book. He's a pretty good little eater but he has a few "hate vegetables", one of those being broccoli As he was reading the book with me, he found the picture of the broccoli picked up the broccoli on his plate and said, "SAME" and then started EATING THE BROCCOLI I'm not sure he loved it but at least he tried it.
I just found this book, Eating the Alphabet by Lois Ehlert on amazon. I think we'll have to try it!