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Reviewed by Susana Pena for Readers' Favorite
Are You Eating My Lunch by Dr. Nicole is a cute and colorful children’s book about a little boy named Xavier who loses his lunch at the zoo. Due to this mishap, he walks around the zoo and approaches different animals to ask them if they have his lunch. They all send him on his way to a new destination. By doing this, he gets the opportunity to learn all of the unique foods that each animal eats. By the end of the book, the lunch mystery is solved and Xavier gets to enjoy his lunch. This children’s book is written both in English and French so it is very educational because it teaches kids two languages at once. The simple vocabulary and vibrant illustrations used in this book are very suitable for young readers.
I enjoyed reading Are You Eating My Lunch by Dr. Nicole, because it is a quick read that teaches kids what zoo animals eat and it also helps them learn two languages – English and French. This book is appropriate for young students learning to read since it uses very basic grammar. The book’s pages are filled with colorful images and this helps to keep readers interested in the story. I take my kids to visit the zoo often and they love seeing the different animals and learning about their lifestyles. We once even had the opportunity to feed the giraffes lettuce leaves and see them munch on tree leaves, as this book portrays. This children’s book also mentions what other zoo animals eat and my kids will have a better understanding of their special diets next time we visit the zoo.