Judy has loved sharing children’s books and writing most of her life.  She read and created stories for her two children, recommended books to customers at her bookstore 30 years ago, and read stories to emotionally handicapped children.  As a working single mother Judy looked for ways to stay healthy.  She revised old recipes and tried new ones.  She reviewed studies and positions by medical experts that underlined the importance of eating vegetables and fruit.  She switched to a plant-based whole food diet and felt much better.  Healthy eating became a passion.  

 

One of Judy’s grandchildren was a picky eater, but a great builder with toy blocks. He inspired her to write a story that uses the idea of blocks to show how foods really are building blocks for growing a child’s body. She brought that story to life with real photos of food “blocks,” vivid pictures of a child wanting to grow strong, and hands-on food projects that children can make.  In addition to the story book How to Build a Human Being, Judy wrote a companion book of food activities Snacks for Growing Strong.  

She continues to enjoy and to share healthy food facts and cooking in her home community in Cocoa, Florida.  She is fortunate to have a husband who is great at making salads.  She also gives thanks for her children and grandchildren who are great critics and tasters. She hopes everyone will be able to take part in making food that delights and benefits them.  For more information Judy invites you to read her blog and other posts at her website www.judykidsfoodie.com.

 

FOLLOW ME       " /> Judy has loved sharing children’s books and writing most of her life.  She read and created stories for her two children, recommended books to customers at her bookstore 30 years ago, and read stories to emotionally handicapped children.  As a working single mother Judy looked for ways to stay healthy.  She revised old recipes and tried new ones.  She reviewed studies and positions by medical experts that underlined the importance of eating vegetables and fruit.  She switched to a plant-based whole food diet and felt much better.  Healthy eating became a passion.  

 

One of Judy’s grandchildren was a picky eater, but a great builder with toy blocks. He inspired her to write a story that uses the idea of blocks to show how foods really are building blocks for growing a child’s body. She brought that story to life with real photos of food “blocks,” vivid pictures of a child wanting to grow strong, and hands-on food projects that children can make.  In addition to the story book How to Build a Human Being, Judy wrote a companion book of food activities Snacks for Growing Strong.  

She continues to enjoy and to share healthy food facts and cooking in her home community in Cocoa, Florida.  She is fortunate to have a husband who is great at making salads.  She also gives thanks for her children and grandchildren who are great critics and tasters. She hopes everyone will be able to take part in making food that delights and benefits them.  For more information Judy invites you to read her blog and other posts at her website www.judykidsfoodie.com.

 

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Judy has loved sharing children’s books and writing most of her life.  She read and created stories for her two children, recommended books to customers at her bookstore 30 years ago, and read stories to emotionally handicapped children.  As a working single mother Judy looked for ways to stay healthy.  She revised old recipes and tried new ones.  She reviewed studies and positions by medical experts that underlined the importance of eating vegetables and fruit.  She switched to a plant-based whole food diet and felt much better.  Healthy eating became a passion.  

 

One of Judy’s grandchildren was a picky eater, but a great builder with toy blocks. He inspired her to write a story that uses the idea of blocks to show how foods really are building blocks for growing a child’s body. She brought that story to life with real photos of food “blocks,” vivid pictures of a child wanting to grow strong, and hands-on food projects that children can make.  In addition to the story book How to Build a Human Being, Judy wrote a companion book of food activities Snacks for Growing Strong.  


She continues to enjoy and to share healthy food facts and cooking in her home community in Cocoa, Florida.  She is fortunate to have a husband who is great at making salads.  She also gives thanks for her children and grandchildren who are great critics and tasters. She hopes everyone will be able to take part in making food that delights and benefits them.  For more information Judy invites you to read her blog and other posts at her website www.judykidsfoodie.com.

 

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Events

Meet Judy at the Central Florida Veg Fest 2019

She'll be listed in the program as "Stories for Growing Up Well"

Saturday, October 26, 2019 • 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Orlando Festival Park

2911 E. Robinson Street
Orlando, FL 32803

 

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