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Book details
  • Genre:HEALTH & FITNESS
  • SubGenre:Children’s Health
  • Language:English
  • Pages:24
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781427645418

The Scary Doughnut Dream

Hungry Hal Learns to Eat Fruits & Vegetables

by Anne Shaver

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Overview
Hal is a young boy who loves to eat sweet treats and fried foods. He and his trusty feline sidekick embark on a delirious dream journey that he is sure to never forget! As the vegetables and fruits that Hal has rejected come to life as super heroes, he learns that fruits and vegetables can taste good and help to make him big and strong. This children’s book about nutrition and healthy eating employs playful illustrations and witty rhyme schemes to teach children about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables. The book includes a chart that explains the specific benefits of eating certain fruits and vegetables and offers a guideline for the recommended number of servings for children. The Scary Doughnut Dream is a parent’s ideal weapon to combat the time old problem of getting children to eat right.
Description
Hal is a young boy who loves to eat sweet treats and fried foods. He and his trusty feline sidekick embark on a delirious dream journey that he is sure to never forget! As the vegetables and fruits that Hal has rejected come to life as super heroes, he learns that fruits and vegetables can taste good and help to make him big and strong. This children’s book about nutrition and healthy eating employs playful illustrations and witty rhyme schemes to teach children about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables. The book includes a chart that explains the specific benefits of eating certain fruits and vegetables and offers a guideline for the recommended number of servings for children. The Scary Doughnut Dream is a parent’s ideal weapon to combat the time old problem of getting children to eat right.
About the author

Anne and Martha Shaver are kindergarten teachers concerned with the growing obesity epidemic among school age children. Anne is the mother of three children whom she reminds to eat their veggies and one crazy labradoodle who will eat anything...including the food wrappers.

Margie Betts, the illustrator, has a great love for children, animals and art. A former magazine art director and designer, Mrs. Betts spent the last eighteen years teaching and developing art programs for elementary and middle school students.  The illustrations for this book were inspired by the wonderful faces of the children she saw everyday in her classroom and also her pet cat.

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