¡Qué divertido es comer fruta!

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2015-04-14
  • Publisher: Cuento de Luz

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The first years of a child’s life are essential when it comes to developing healthy eating habits. As we all know, fruit is an essential part of their diet, but can it be fun too? ¡Qué divertido es comer fruta! is a truly delicious tale, full of bright colors to help parents and educators show children how to enjoy a type of food that’s full of energy and poetry.

Lexile Level 780L

Author Biography

María Teresa Barahona was born in Madrid, where she graduated in Medicine and Surgery in 1986. She lived in Italy for 15 years, where her daughters were born and where she worked as a doctor. She returned to Spain in 2004, continuing to work in the field of nutrition, focusing on the prevention of child obesity and the creation of a healthy lifestyle.

Edie Pijpers grew up in the lowlands of Holland and started her career performing music (between 2001 and 2007 she released four albums and toured extensively across America and Northern Europe). Later she started to paint and in New York she began to find a wider audience for the art. Her paintings appeared in West Village children’s boutiques, galleries and at art fairs all over the city. Last year, her art was featured in the Union Square Holiday Market in Manhattan where she had a store selling prints and originals.

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