GET YOUR KIDS INTO THE GOOD BOOKS

3 sto­ries that en­cour­age healthy eat­ing

Healthy Food Guide (Australia) - - NEWS -

If you have preschool­ers in your life, don’t miss th­ese colour­ful books with en­ter­tain­ing mes­sages about eat­ing well!

The Healthy Har­vest

by Emma Martin Pri­mary-school chil­dren will meet Harry Har­vester and friends, who teach them where food comes from and tell them about the im­por­tance of healthy eat­ing. ($14.95; Lit­tle Steps Pub­lish­ing, ed­i­blee­d­u­ca­tion.com.au)

I’m Hav­ing a Rain­bow for Din­ner

from Nu­tri­tion Australia Qld This colour­ful sto­ry­book sparks your child’s in­ter­est in fruit and ve­g­ies with the colours of the rain­bow. ($14 plus postage and han­dling; to or­der, email info@ naqld.org or phone 07–3257 4393)

Oliver’s Veg­eta­bles

by Vi­vian French A per­fect story for even the fussi­est of eaters, this best­selling pic­ture book fol­lows Oliver, a lit­tle boy who eats only potato chips, as he dis­cov­ers a new veg for ev­ery day of the week. ($16.99; Hod­der Chil­dren’s Books, Ha­chette Australia)

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