Fingers for Lunch


By Brandt Lewis

Illustrated by Cori Doerrfeld

Formats and Prices




$9.49 CAD


Board book


Board book $7.99 $9.49 CAD

This item is a preorder. Your payment method will be charged immediately, and the product is expected to ship on or around April 5, 2016. This date is subject to change due to shipping delays beyond our control.

This uniquely layered die-cut board book featuring a hungry monster provides hours of finger-play fun for parents and toddlers!

For lunch today I have a fine treat: five little fingers for Monster to eat!

In this silly playtime rhyme, young readers will burst into giggles as they fit their fingers through die-cut holes and make them wiggle and squirm! Parents play the part of the monster and "eat up" their laughing little one's fingers, turning the pages to make the holes disappear one by one until there are no wigglers left. If they're willing to risk it, brave parents will do it all over again with their own fingers, letting the child play the monster!

This interactive book will have little monsters squirming with giggles!

On Sale
Apr 5, 2016
Page Count
12 pages
LB Kids

Brandt Lewis

About the Author

Brandt Lewis attended Brigham Young University and has worked as an art director at a number of advertising firms. He is currently an art director at the Wieden & Kennedy advertising agency, and the author of Fingers for Lunch.

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Cori Doerrfeld

About the Illustrator

Cori Doerrfeld is the New York Times bestselling author-illustrator of The Rabbit Listened and has also created art for such books as That’s Life! and Help Mom Work from Home! Originally from Illinois, Cori moved to Minnesota for college and quickly fell in love with the state’s natural beauty. This book is her homage to the North Shore along Lake Superior as well as the magnificence and mystery one may find when surrounded by nature. It is also a nod to her dad and Grandpa Lenny and an examination of the many layers that make up the human experience. Today, Cori can still be found exploring Minnesota—now with her husband, two children, and rescue dog, Jinx.

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