11/19/2014

The Healthy Me Children's Book Review



Book Info

Children's book: The Healthy Me Team: A Battle of Vitamin and Mineral Against Artificial Colors and White Sugar (Eat Healthy Fruits & Vegetables and Avoid Junk Food Book 1) 

[Kindle Edition]


Synopsis
Do you want your child to eat more fruits and vegetables? 
Do you want him to make healthier choices? 
This book is for you! 
The Healthy Me team is the story of vitamins and minerals that fight artificial colors and white sugar in our kid's body. 
It is recommended to the ages 2-7. 
This story is written in a way that makes your child want to eat healthier 


My Thoughts
As a parent, of course I am always looking for ways to increase my six year old son's healthy habits. My husband and I constantly stress to him about how important it is to eat healthy. Our son loves to read, so what better way to help him learn more about healthy eating but to give him a book about it?
The book introduces young readers to vitamins and minerals and talks about how important it is to eat healthy foods to get these much needed nutrients. It is written like a poem that rhymes to keep young children entertained and interested in the story. Although some kids may not understand everything in the book right away, the little rhymes may stick in their minds. 
My son has read this book on the Kindle a few times and really seems to enjoy the fact that it rhymes. He likes the pictures, which really are cute too. 
He also has been repeating a few of the lines when we're in the kitchen or out shopping at the grocery store, so I know that he is retaining the information. This is really great. 
I think that this is an excellent book for young kids. It is fun, and very easy to read, and they will definitely learn quite a bit of great facts about what they should and should not be eating. 


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