Curly Celery by Catherine Chapman
Curly Celery goes into town. She sees her reflection in a glass window. She is unhappy that she looks so plain. She wants to look curly. In her quest to look curly, she gets into a dangerous situation. Will she get out of danger and fulfil her wish?
About our books
Best Food Friends’ books are not written to be readers for kids to read alone. They are a tool to help parents teach their children about healthy eating. By reading these stories together, children learn to think of fruit and vegetables as being a fun part of their daily diet.
Children instinctively like the characters and their stories, which leads them to like the particular fruit or vegetable the story is about.
In fact, a study by Yale University says that cartoon characters influence what children eat, and that children perceive such characters as loveable, positive and even superstars.
By reading Best Food Friends’ books with your children, you have the opportunity to talk about healthy eating when they are in a relaxed receptive mood looking forward to a story.
You will be amazed when your kids start asking for fruit and vegetables at the supermarket.
So, introduce them to these loveable characters and make healthy eating easier by giving them the opportunity of having Best Food Friends in their life.
Hi I’m Curly Celery
Here are some facts about me:
I am full of vitamins and minerals like vitamin A, B, C, E, and K I also contain calcium for strong teeth and bones copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, and potassium to help control your blood pressure, muscles and nerves, as well as sodium and zinc.
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