What parent testers had to say:
This book has excellent illustrations and provides concise positive details to promote healthy eating and proper food choices. It motives the parent to buy fruits and begonia let's from the rainbow options discussed.
A fun story sure to engage your child.Great lessons in eating all the colours of the rainbow. Illustrations created by an elementary school students mixed in with colourful photography are exciting to see!
This book is an interactive book used to inform children about healthy eating. It uses realistic pictures to illustrate healthy foods, bright colours and questions to keep children engaged.
I liked the book. I think the information given is well written and easy for children to understand. My son who is 3 was focused the whole time and was interactive when answering the questions. This book is something we will read more than once. Some of the illustrations could've been better but other than that, it's definitely a great book with an excellent message.
Are you a parent or teacher hoping to encourage children to eat more veggies and fruits’ Want to support healthy eating messages in a fun, educational and positive way’ Looking for great peer to peer messaging’ Give It a Go, Eat a Rainbow uses charming illustrations by 12-year old Alexander Guylay combined with real-ife photography and simple rhymes by award-winning nutrition educator Kathryn Kemp Guylay to create an augmented reality that immediately draws kids into the story.
Blake feels sleepy and wonders why he doesn’t have the energy to play like other kids. He meets a friendly, magical leprechaun who takes Blake on a journey to find teh “pot of gold” while learning about healthy eating.