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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Who are young readers introduced to in Who Is Most Important in the Fridge? by Mrs. D.? Frank the fridge is cleaning the mess inside his belly. He takes out the pots and pans and hopes Stacey is hungry. The veggies are excited to see the hungry girl by the fridge. As in the other two books, this story also has funny situations and humor while introducing vegetables and fruits to young readers along with their benefits. The delightful vegetables and fruits, with their personalities, emotions, feelings, and fears, make it an adventurous story for children to read, enjoy, and get introduced to some new dairy products, vegetables, and fruits.
Like the other two stories of the series, I enjoyed the manner in which the author introduces the veggies and fruits to Stacey. Mrs. D. gives them personalities which is so refreshingly original, and their benefits are explained to young readers in an entertaining way. It is a good series for parents to have in their personal collection as there cannot be a better way to introduce children to the benefits of eating vegetables and fruits. I like the creativity, aesthetic presentation, and imagination in the story. Tutors and educators will find the stories in this series useful in teaching children about eating healthily. The illustrations are bright and colorful and they make the story appealing and mouthwatering. The story will make children wonder what is happening inside their own fridge at home and how the occupants are behaving while inside the fridge.