“Seville Orange” is a story and a series of therapeutic activities designed to help young readers understand their feelings.
Browsing: Healthy Eating Books for Kids
Vasavi Koka discusses her latest book, Seville Orange. Through her character Rosa’s family traditions, readers learn about emotions.
The Adventures of Grandmasaurus at the Supermarket is a surreal and hilarious way to open conversations about healthy eating with young readers!
Like your kiddo’s favorite food, Bread and Jam for Frances will be an early reader book they’ll want to devour morning, noon, and night.
Join us on this virtual book tour for Jolene: Adventures of a Junk Food Queen! Co-authors Alexa Palmer and Catharine Kaufman encourage better eating.
Thank You, Mama is Linda Meeker’s first children’s book about the exploration and curiosity of food, family, culture, gratitude, and food as a love language.
Jolene: Adventures of a Junk Food Queen naturally lends itself to lessons on nutrition for every level from preschool through grade school.
Captain Fantastic acknowledges and indulges in the irresistible nature of candy while also reminding readers of the immediate downsides of overindulging.
A list of ten yummy cookbooks for kids! The idea of encouraging life-skills and healthy eating habits through sharing kid-friendly recipes makes us so happy.
Five Funny Tummy Men offers a unique analogy that teaches kids how the digestive system works, and what they can do to keep healthy.