“Veggiesaurus Lex” Teaches Children that Eating Vegetables Is Important and Fun
Meet Lex, a big pink dinosaur who has a big tummy ache after she eats too much junk food. Lex, feeling sluggish and slow, seeks the advice of her vegetarian friends who immediately have an answer for her. Fine writes:
Veggies are great
And they don’t slow you down.
They’re easy to find all around town.
Carrots are roots
That grow in the ground.
Peas are quite yummy; smooth, green and round.
Looking for color?
There’s plenty, they said.
Green peppers also come in yellow, orange and red!
As her friends go on to describe other types of tasty vegetables, Lex decides to try some for herself and discovers that they truly are delicious! With charming illustrations by Ross Novak that bring Lex and her friends to life on each page, “Veggiesaurus Lex” combines a fun, rhyming story with an important message: to stay fit and energized, it’s important to eat vegetables. Find out more in the pages of this whimsical new book.
Karen Fine was inspired to educate children about living a healthy lifestyle after her oldest son was diagnosed with celiac disease and restricted to a gluten-free, wheat-free diet. Her other books, “How I Eat Without Wheat” and “Nature’s Candy” (both published by AuthorHouse) are the first two installments in a trilogy she hopes will inspire children to make healthier choices.
For more information, visit http://www.karenfine.com.
Other press releases from AuthorHouse
- ‘Dingle, The Helpful Ice Cream Cone Delivery Dog’: New Children’s Book Celebrates Helpful Attitude, Determination - July 15th, 2010
- Murder, Intrigue and Humor Combine in New Novel - July 15th, 2010
- Real Dracula Was A Savior to Many - July 14th, 2010
- When a Pet Harms an Infant: The Other Side of a Tragic Story - July 13th, 2010
- ‘The Story of Me’: The True Story of Prevailing Over Despair for a Second Chance at Happiness - July 13th, 2010
Contact InformationPromotional Services Department
1663 Liberty Drive
Bloomington, IN 47403