About the Book
Author: Shir Guez
Genre: Children's Nonfiction
Number of Pages: 56
Synopsis: Parents, do your children refuse to eat healthy food? Do your children eat unhealthy snacks?
Well, the best way to change it is to explain how good food helps them.
The good news is, the younger they are, the easier they adjust to new healthy habits! Even if it doesn’t seem so at the moment
And even better news is that they don’t have to stop snacking because nuts are both nutritious and delicious!
Yes, they don’t need to choose between taste and health, because nuts have it all!
The book Nuts about Nuts explores the amazing world of nuts, while making it short, simple, and fun to learn!
I am a big fan of nuts, especially pecans, and knew they were a healthy snack. I was anxious to read this nonfiction book for kids about this very topic. I am excited to say that I learned a great deal. The author lists the specific vitamins and minerals contained in certain nuts encouraging parents and children alike to enjoy them as a delicious snack. I also like the author's fun facts that give children more insight about nuts and the photos help readers identify each tasty morsel.
Nuts About Nuts is an all around great read. Any story that can encourage children to make healthy choices is well worth the read, in my opinion. I recommend picking up a copy.