Books for children: testimonials
Testimonials from parents and educators
I have a young daughter who my wife and I do our best with when it comes to making healthy food choices for her. There are a lot of unhealthy choices out there and even more bad influences teaching our children poor nutritional habits. There aren't enough positive resources available to help parents educate their children about how to make healthy food choices and why they should! To find a book like this one feels like a MIRACLE! This book brilliantly introduces fruits in fairy-tale like stories that holds my daughters attention the entire time (mine too!) And at the same time the author is giving my child an education on healthy eating through these entertaining stories, games and recipes. A highly recommended resource that every parent should have for raising children in today's unhealthy society.
(Tim Tierney Author, "The Personal Training Sales Education Textbook")
As a parent I was amazed at the pedagogy behind the books, one which I feel is lost in much of mainstream education here in the West because of all the 'bîő ticking' that occurs. In editing this book I have been careful not to lose any of the wisdom inherent in the stories.
(Colin Shearing, Publishers UK Ltd, England)
About this work, one of our reviewers wrote the following:
"It is masterful, meaningful, most original,
as well as absolutely delightful."
(Tom Viator, Badi Publishing Corporation, USA)
of educational project 'KIND BOOK':
This was fragment from the story about BANANA from the book on Healthy Food for kids: 'The World of Fruits', part I >>
For the Book II 'The World of Vegetables' visit project Talking Veggies: Vegetables-for-kids.com
For anyone interested in their child's well-being, “The Storyteller's Guide to Health” series is sure to be of value. Following each selection of delightful stories, games and activities you'll also find recipes for the vitamin-conscious kitchen. The recipes are simple, allowing children to prepare dishes themselves with only minimal supervision, and are also designed to preserve the largest possible share of vitamins and other nutrients in the final serving. Read fragments from our stories: fruits for children
© Maria Skrebtsova,
© Alexandra Lopatina,
Illustration s by Svetlana Jijina.