Another puzzler on age appeal -- perhaps it should be picture story book. But I found a five and a half year old didn't click -- so perhaps it is aimed at six and seven. The idea is good; the vegetables are cut-outs, touched into their foliage but renevable, to fill the basket at the back of the book. Some of them are immediately recognizable, some unrecognizable (bea for instance). And the pests that harm them -- or the reverse --hidden behind the vegetables, are unevenly hayed as to size and relation; nor are they always authentic. Do dogs eat spinach?