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Library : Book Reviews > I Will Never NOT...

I Will Never NOT EVER Eat a Tomato 
Written and Illustrated by Lauren Child 

Review by: Debra Jumper

      "I will never not ever eat a Tomato," is a fussy slogan that can be heard from our wee ones coast to coast. This story shares the eating adventure of one stubborn little girl named Lola and her inventive and imaginative older brother named Charlie. Charlie comes up with food named Orange Twiglets, Green Drops, Cloud Fluff, Ocean Nibbles and Moonsquirters. He is one smart cookie (pardon the pun!) and entices his younger sister to test out her new found taste buds! Charlie takes Lola into another world of nutrition in which parents can only dream of. 
     Would you like to visit Jupiter and eat Orange Twiglets? Would you like your little one to plead for more Green Drops from Greenland to fall from the sky onto her plate? How about a trip to the pointiest peak of Mt. Fuji to enjoy the taste of Cloud Fluff? What about eating Ocean Nibbles-the food of Mermaids? How about a ride to the moon to try a Moonsquirter? Are you hungry yet? This book will have your little one diving into her plate with imaginary delight. 
     Lauren Child has cleverly written and illustrated this wonderful eating adventure of this brother and sister. This book is alive with color and imagination using the artful focus of real food placed into imaginary scenarios. The story will have your child salivating to see what the next food adventure becomes. 
     I recommend this book for all fussy eaters and ages 4-8. Start out your next meal right! 

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