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Reviewed by Amy Louise Hill for Readers' Favorite
Sloane is a sweet young girl who has issues when it comes to food. Like many children, she is picky when it comes to what food she will eat. In Sloane's case, she will only eat food that begins with the letter B, which makes her parents a little frustrated. Sloane's family and friends try and try to get her to eat other nutritious food that doesn't begin with the letter B. Unfortunately, Sloane politely declines. One day Sloane's older sister Paige dares Sloane to try something new. Will Sloane do it?
The Princess Of Picky Eating Tries New Foods by Stacey Woodson is a cute yet educational book for children, especially picky eaters. Stacey Woodson has created the main character Sloane to be as relatable as possible. Most parents experience having a child who is a picky eater, and some may not know the best solution for it. Stacey has cleverly written this book to be enjoyable whilst also educating children at the same time. She describes the different types of food and what nutrition these provide, as well as mentioning the countries/places that the food originates. The illustrations by Mariana Hnatenko are cute, adorable, and colorful. Stacey Woodson creates enjoyable content for young readers and knows exactly how to subtly slip in some education as well. I strongly believe that after reading this book, your child will slowly overcome their picky eating habits. I can't recommend this book enough; even I learned a few things! So grab a copy of The Princess Of Picky Eating Tries New Foods because I'm certain it will make a difference.