Henry and the Hidden Veggie Garden by Kimberly Williams-Paisley

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Henry and the Hidden Veggie Garden is a great children’s story, but one also touching upon a very critical issue in America; ending child hunger through healthy eating.
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"Meet Henry. He's a typical kid who likes television and video games, pizza, and burgers. One thing he doesn't like is vegetables. When Henry's mother sees him hiding his veggies one night, she decides it's time for him to visit his older cousin Huck. Huck lives on a farm in the middle of the country. Henry is skeptical at first about life on the farm, but soon he makes friends with dogs, pigs, and a shy horse. Huck introduces him to crispy fresh food he's never seen before. But Henry's not sure what to make of the baskets of vegetables that everyone else seems to love. Then Huck lets Henry in on a secret, and everything changes ..."--P. [4] of cover.
 

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Published April 30, 2008 by Silverback Books.
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Reviewed by William Lambers on Apr 17 2013

Henry and the Hidden Veggie Garden is a great children’s story, but one also touching upon a very critical issue in America; ending child hunger through healthy eating.

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