4 edition of Eat up, Gemma found in the catalog.
Eat up, Gemma
Originally published: Walker Books, 1988.
|Statement||written by Sarah Hayes ; illustrated by Jan Ormerod.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
The Compassionate Kitchen 'What we eat, every day, three times a day, when combined by 7 + billion of us, adds up and has a real impact. Eating more plant-based meals helps reduce the detrimental impact animal agriculture is having on our environment and the suffering of animals on factory farms. Publisher: Walker Books Ltd ISBN Title: Eat Up, Gemma Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Author: Sarah Hayes ISBN
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“Eat up, Gemma” is a story about a baby girl named Gemma that has a hard time eating her food. She constantly throws it on the floor even when her family tries to give her a different kind of food each time. Later on in the story, Gemma sees a lady’s hat decorated with fruit and thinks that it’s real food so she tries to eat it!/5.
Eat Up, Gemma Paperback – May 3, by Sarah Hayes (Author)Cited by: 2. This is a story about a toddler that is a finicky eater. The family would often say, "Eat up, Jemma". I believe we bought this for my youngest daughter and she LOVED it. When she was slow in eating her food, we'd say, "eat up, Jemma," and it would get her motivated.
I'm so sad that this book 5/5(2). Getting baby Gemma to eat is a challenge. She throws and squashes her food on the floor. But one day, a hat inspires her brother with an idea to get Gemma to ea Eat Up, Gemma. By Jan Ormerod, Sarah Hayes. Grades.
PreK-K, I. Getting baby Gemma to eat is a challenge. She throws and squashes her food on the floor. Other Books You Might. When Gemma finally does decide to eat, she chooses not only an unusual time and place but also a festively presented meal.
Hayes first introduced the independent Gemma in Happy Christmas Gemma. Happily Gemma falls for it and eats up the bananas and grapes. Big brother is a hero and Gemma says 'Gemma eat up!' A charming story, highly recommended for year olds, not least for portraying a black family, and even more so for Jan Ormerod's vivid pictures.
Gemma refuses to eat anything. She throws her breakfast on the floor, squashes grapes the greengrocer gives her, and gives her dinner to the dog. Everyone is always saying 'Eat up, Gemma' to her, so one day when the family is in church and everyone is quiet, Gemma leans forward, says 'Eat up, Gemma', and tries to pull the fruit off a lady's hat.
“Eat up, Gemma” is a book written by Sarah Hayes, which tells the story of a black working class family who encourages their little brown tanned toddler to eat.
In the story, Hayes gives Gemma´s mother a typical position within a traditional family since the female parent looks after the children and she is in charge of the housework.
On the one hand, the book deals with feeding issues. On the other hand, the story is entertaining and calls children’s attention. “Eat up, Gemma”, which is retold from the point of view of Gemma’s brother, deals with a color family’s attempt to make their baby daughter Gemma eat.
Baby Gemma refuses to eat, throwing her breakfast on the floor and squashing her grapes, until her brother gets an inspired idea.
Children's Bedtime Stories | Eat up, Gemma by Sarah Hayes | Illustrated by Jan Ormerod - Duration: Aitana's Book Nook 1, views. Editions for Eat Up, Gemma: (Hardcover published in ), (Unknown Binding published in ), (Paperback published in Cited by: 2.
Now, Baby Gemma is just old enough to assert her independence: although Mom, Dad, Grandma, and the older brother who narrates the story all urge her to ""eat up,"" she manages to get by for three days without eating much--the food goes on the floor, to the birds in the park, or to a handy dog.
NEW YOUTUBE CHANNEL | A captivating recitation of Eat up, Gemma. Sure to keep your child entertained and happy before bed, or even during the day. Intro Song: Classic by MKTO. Eat Up, Gemma Paperback – 3 May by Sarah Hayes (Author)/5(17). Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Eat Up, Eat Up, Gemma › Customer reviews; Customer reviews.
out of 5 stars. out of 5. 15 customer ratings. out of 5 stars A wonderful book, but unfortunately out of print, a situation which needs to be rectified/5. A sensitive family tale in which baby Gemma is up to mischief again - and it's up to her smart older brother to solve the problem.
Baby Gemma refuses to eat. She throws her breakfast on the floor, plays with her food, feeds her biscuits to the birds and even gives her dinner to the : Eat up, Gemma by Sarah Hayes A readable copy.
All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers.
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Eat up, Gemma. [Sarah Hayes; Jan Ormerod] -- Baby Gemma refuses to eat, throwing her breakfast on the floor and squashing her grapes, until her brother gets an inspired idea.
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But one day, in church, her brother has a clever idea for getting Gemma to eat up.Eat Up! is a joyous manifesto for flavour and sanity. It will give you more nourishment and wellness - not to mention waffles!
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