With the launch of HopeAndGoSeek, parents of 3-to-9-year-old kids can have another powerful tool in the arsenal they use to build healthy eating habits in their kids.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 12, 2016
Parents do their best to raise healthy kids, however building healthy eating habits isn’t easy. With the launch of HopeAndGoSeek, parents of 3-to-9-year-old kids can have another powerful tool in their arsenal.
The picture book “Hope And Go Seek on the magic island of Fruitlandia” tells the story about Hope who loves playing HopeAndGoSeek. She leaves clues for Tommy - a little boy whom she's taking on a magical adventure to a land of yummy fruits and veggies. Colorful full-spread illustrations help immerse kids into this magical world and bring the story to life.
Using the Hope Charm, sticky notes for clues, and Hope’s voice recordings, parents can play HopeAndGoSeek games with their kids. On the website they can find game ideas that encourage kids, in a fun and educational way, to eat a variety of fruits and veggies.
Author Silvia Kovatchev, Boston-based award-winning independent filmmaker, is a healthy lifestyle believer and devotee. “My friends jokingly refer to the green smoothies that I drink at lunch as ‘swamp water’,” says Silvia. “I love telling the story about how I found a little plastic bag with a handful of broccoli sprouts that one of my daughters had thrown out on her way home from school - not eating it at lunch because kids made fun of her.”
“With HopeAndGoSeek – the Fruitlandia book, and upcoming adventures in which Hope will take the readers to other magic islands: Fitlandia, Cleanlandia, Friendlandia, Bravelandia, Dreamlandia - I not only want to help set kids on the path to healthy eating and wellbeing, I want to inspire them to find a new BFF – Hope – and to always believe in her!”
Go to hopeandgoseek.com to order hard cover book, Hope Charm, sticky notepads for clues. e-Book also available for download.
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