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Books To Make Your Child Go YUM!

Editor's Pick: 6 Books To Make Your Child Go YUM!

The Nestery's new collection of food theme books for kids will help them understand the world of food, from South Asian cuisine to the benefits of a balanced diet. It includes food vocabulary and stories about food with illustrations that encourage kids to explore food in practical life. 

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1. I WON'T EAT THAT! BY MS MOOCHIE

This is a hilarious, heartwarming portrayal of a father-daughter relationship. It places equal emphasis on the scale of a child’s imagination as well as the quiet resourcefulness of a doting parent.

2. LTF QUESTIONS & ANSWERS FOOD (4 TO 7 YEARS) BY HARPERCOLLINS

This mouth-watering book answers all kinds of questions about food. With over 60 flaps to lift children can discover which foods grow in rainforests, who discovered potatoes, why cheese smells and lots more where, how, why, what, which and yes or no questions.

3. DINKU'S LUNCHBOX BY DINOSTAURY

This story encourages children to respect food and understand why they should eat healthily. Every day, instead of eating his lunch, Dinku runs out to play. His lunchbox intervenes and teaches him why he needs to eat healthy meals.

4. SOMETHING TO CHEW ON BY KALPAVRIKSH 

Do we know where our food comes from? Do we know its history, what it does to the Earth, or the stories behind it? How is it connected to our customs and festivals… to our health? Does it matter what we choose to eat?

5. FUSSY BEAR AND THE FOOD PYRAMID BY COCO BEAR

Introduce the value of eating a healthy balanced meal your child. Teach him about theFood Pyramid. Coco only drinks milk. Not porridge, not soup... nothing but milk! 

6. SUPERFOOD FOR SUPERHEROES (7 TO 13 YEARS) BY HARPERCOLLINS

Ten fun stories about a little boy (who loves superheroes!) who discovers the surprising superpowers of everyday foods. Each illustrated story is followed by fun facts about the superfood and a kid-friendly recipe.

 

 

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