What I Do with Vegetable Glue is a fabulously quirky book, especially for children who don’t like to eat their vegetables. It takes a light hearted approach to teaching children why it’s important to get proper nutrition from foods like vegetables. The book has beautiful illustrations and fun rhyming text that is perfect for young readers. We have really enjoyed reading this book.
“When my right arm fell off, I knew what to do. I stuck it back on, with vegetable glue.”
What I Do with Vegetable Glue is a quirky story about a little girl who refuses to eat her vegetables. Suddenly things start falling off her body! Her right arm, her nose, and even her head roll away and she must use vegetable glue to stick them back on. Whenever she coughs, something is bound to go flying from her face — poor kid.
Granny comes to save the day, though, with a bag of wonderful produce, and the little girl digs in as she realizes that eating cake for every meal might not be the healthiest of choices! What I Do with Vegetable Glue offers a silly story with a very important lesson for young children to inspire good eating habits — and a good belly laugh or two.
What I Do with Vegetable Glue, written by Susan Chandler and illustrated by Elena Odriozola, is available in hard cover from Sky Pony Press for a suggested retail price of $16.95. It is available at your local book store.
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A copy of this book was provided for review purpose. All thoughts are our own.