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ISBN: 9781646869930

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Written by Sumana Seeboruth
Illustrated by Maribel Castells

Joining the Feelings & First series: a young child helps his Mum and Mama cook a green vegetable soup, but then emphatically refuses to eat it. After carefully watching his parents enjoying the meal, the child finally agrees to taste it and discovers that he likes it after all! Full of humor and sound effects, this adorable and relatable tale offers a positive model for handling food reluctance. Also available in bilingual Spanish.

Key Selling Points:
  • SERIES: Joins the endearing Feelings & First series of board books that playfully address common struggles for toddlers.
  • SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING: Uses empathy and humor to portray a young child’s reluctance to try new foods and offers a positive model for overcoming this common hurdle.
  • LGBTQIA+: Portrays a two-mom family.
  • MULTIRACIAL FAMILY: Portrays a multiracial family
  • REALISTIC AND HELPFUL: Written in a toddler's voice, the book realistically reflects young children’s thought processes and models language children can use in similar situations.
  • BILINGUAL SPANISH: Also available in bilingual Spanish.

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More Details

  • Product Dimensions: 170 x 165 mm
  • Page Count: 26 pages
  • Age Range: Ages 0-4 years

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About the Contributors

Written by - Sumana Seeboruth
Sumana Seeboruth writes books inspired by the natural world and her two young children. A night owl, she is most likely to be found writing when her husband and children are fast asleep. She loves music and a noisy, happy house! Sumana is based in London, UK.
Illustrated by - Maribel Castells
Maribel Castells is an illustrator from Mallorca, Spain. In 2020 she took part in PBChat Mentorship Program and was Daniel Wiseman’s mentee. Her work was shortlisted for the Illustrators’ Exhibition at the 2021 Bologna Children’s Book Fair. Her creative voice is somewhere between folk imagery and cut-paper aesthetic language, through a bold, mixed-media style with quirky color choices and retro vibes.

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