Fed Up!: a feast of frazzled foods

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Putnam, Oct 9, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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See Anxious Apples, Impatient Ice Cream, Zen Zucchini...whether they're about to be eaten, melting in the hot sun or relaxing in a Japanese garden, Rex Barron's eye-catching characters are altogether hilarious, tragic, and so nearly human! In this fresh and unique ABC for all ages you will see the real feelings of the foods you eat. Irresistible fruits, vegetables and other foods bring new meaning to the food chain and a dose of humor to eating.

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Review: Fed Up!: A Feast of Frazzled Foods

User Review  - Crystal - Goodreads

Irony, alliteration, humor - another one to use in the classroom. Read full review

Review: Fed Up!: A Feast of Frazzled Foods

User Review  - Pamela - Goodreads

Yes, another book involving anthropomorphic fruits and vegetables. But the illustrations are fantastic and accompany the alphabet with scenes such as, "potatoes ponder politics," "dills debate destiny ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Barron divides his time and talents between children's book illustration and figurative painting. His artwork was exhibited in the Society of Illustrators Original Art Show in 1997.

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