On twelve pages, with illustrations that cover every inch of every page, Elizabeth Greenaway shows what different animals eat. Toad food and fawn food, all the way to my food.
The illustrations are a bit boring for me, but I don't think children will see them that way. The colors are pastel-ish and don't seem to have any life to them, but the animals are cute. Rabbit Food seems more likely to teach children the names of the animals inside than anything else, but education is education and parents ought to sneak it in whenever they can. Good, not great, I wouldn't go out of my way to grab a copy.