Children’s Books | The Food ABC | Set of First Three Books
Adrian the Apple
Adrian is a hardworking and devoted apple. Unfortunately, he’s a bit clumsy too. Will he learn to make smart decisions so he’s healthy enough to help Mrs Wiggle in her garden?
Benny the Bean
A very outgoing bean, Benny chats with his friends on his computer day and night. His habit quickly turns sour, as Benny starts to lose sleep and miss homework assignments. Then Benny receives a new present – an adorable puppy. How in the world can Benny manage it all? Find out in this remarkable story about personal responsibility and balance.
Carol the Carrot
After reading every book in the library, Carol decides to travel the world. Join her for a heart-warming tale of exploration and adventure as she learns about the importance of family and home.
About The Food ABC
The Food ABC aims to impart fun and engaging lessons about health, happiness and friendship to primary school children through the colourful character Adrian the Apple and his band of friends. Each book teaches a valuable and positive life lesson. The books make great bedtime stories.
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Storytelling by Author
The author can be booked to conduct storytelling sessions of The Food ABC children’s books at schools, libraries and clubs as well as at children’s birthday parties, free of charge! Click here to reserve your slot!
Christina takes half an hour to read each story accompanied by projected images of the book’s illustrations, all hand-drawn by the author herself. In the remaining 30 minutes of each session, Christina entertains the flurry of questions she gets from her highly engaged junior audiences. The author is happy to stay for photographs and sit for a book-signing session to personally autograph her children’s books and present them to each child.
“I’m always completely overwhelmed by the children’s enthusiasm at each reading,” says Christina. “They are all very keen to speak up, ask questions and give comments – so many in fact that it can be a happy challenge to get through the story in one session!”