Picture Book Allows Children to Learn and Make Healthy Choices

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Author helps parents establish their children’s healthy eating habits

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go out shopping with them and let them choose!

Eating habits are formed during the early years of life. Inspired by her two lovely daughters, author Souvgro introduces the love of fruits to young children as she presents a vibrant children’s book, Talulla’s First Shopping: Introducing Fruits.

Splashed with colors, this vivid picture book follows a young girl as she goes shopping for the first time. Readers can accompany her as she picks not one, not two, but ten different kinds of fruits. Here, she is seen grabbing a bunch of grapes, two apricots, three apples, four bananas, five oranges, and a whole lot more for a healthy party with her friends—a fruit party.

Introducing ten different fruits to kids, this book will definitely make it easy for any parent to establish their child’s eating habits. Aside from that, this educational guide allows children to learn how to count to ten using visual aids. Lastly, Talulla’s First Shopping: Introducing Fruits sends out a reminder for parents: “go out shopping with them and let them choose!”

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Talulla’s First Shopping * by Souvgro
Introducing Fruits
Publication Date: September 16, 2010
Picture Book; UK£ 12.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4535-7622-9
Picture Book Hardcover; UK£ 22.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4535-7623-6

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