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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Cooking & Food
  • Language:English
  • Pages:40
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098386474

Ella and the Wonderful, Colorful Food Cape

by Dr. Veronica Naudin

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Overview
This is an adorable children's book that tells the story of Ella, a young girl who hates to try new foods. Ella's mom insists that she visits her Grandma who teaches her the magic of trying new foods. Ella soon unlocks the secret of eating healthy foods, and a magical turn of events converts her from a BEIGE food eater to a colorful food eater! Ella goes on to love healthy, colorful fruits and vegetables.
Description
This is an adorable children's book that tells the story of Ella, a young girl who hates to try new foods. Ella's mom insists that she visits her Grandma who teaches her the magic of trying new foods. Ella soon unlocks the secret of eating healthy foods, and a magical turn of events converts her from a BEIGE food eater to a colorful food eater! Ella goes on to love healthy, colorful fruits and vegetables. Parents, teachers, and children will love this fun book that uses masterful storytelling and eye-catching illustrations to share an important lesson about healthy eating. After reading this book, children will be excited about filling their plates with vibrant fruits and veggies that will fuel their bodies and their minds. Get ready for a health-filled adventure that will change the way children think about food!
About the author
Dr. Veronica Naudin graduated from Stanford Medical School and completed her pediatric training at the Childrens Hospital in Oakland. She has spent the last 25 years raising her family and practicing Pediatrics in San Diego. A common theme has been helping children to understand the importance of eating a healthy diet. Both parents and children are often frustrated that their children will not eat vegetables. And, so while counseling a young patient about the importance of trying more fruits and vegetables, the idea of the "Colorful Food Cape" was born.
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