Who Is Most Important in the Fridge? by Mrs. D.
My review follows the author’s book blurb found on Amazon.
“A playful arrangement of all types of food gives this yummy story a different look at how to make healthy choices, which are mostly stored inside the fridge. This delicious book shows veggies and fruit so juicy and alive, children will wish they could jump off the page right into their mouth. Even vegetable haters will find it hard to resist the vibrantly colored illustrations, which make each food look scrumptious and tempting. Serve this splendidly illustrated book to all who relish a good, healthy feast! It can be fun!”
This is book 3 of 3 in this series about Frank the Fridge and the food items inside the fridge. This time Stacey opens the fridge door and peers inside, and once again, the foods are arguing about hat item Stacey should eat first. Children learn the value of nutrition taught to them via the food items in the fridge. When a strawberry pops out, Stacey sneezes and children learn that some people are allergic to them. The same ca be said of some of the other fruit and veggies. I find this part a wonderful addition in helping children learn that allergies are important to them and to their friends. Stacey learns how to cook a nutritious meal by combining different foods from the fridge. Highly recommended and Five Stars! I received a digital copy of this book and voluntarily chose to read and review it for no compensation giving my honest opinion.