Is Your Hair Made of Donuts? by Joy Feldman

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In a world that “super-sizes” everything, the Blossom family does things differently. Matt and Maddie Blossom‘s Mom doesn’t allow them to eat donuts, candy, chocolate…you know? All the things kids really, really want.One day, the siblings insist that they’re tired of feeling ‘different’ from all the other kids at school so, for the first time, Mom allows them to indulge in whatever foods they want from “The Wastelands;” the supermarket aisles stockpiled with chemical confections of every kind.After gobbling up these foods, the children embark on a whimsical adventure in the form of a captivating and bewitching dream. With a touch of powdered sugar and a tad of colored sprinkles, Matt and Maddie’s hair transform into large, gooey donuts right before their eyes.Using a whole lot of fun and beautiful illustrations, the theme of eating healthy and the old adage, you are what you eat becomes an adorable, laugh-out-loud story that kids will not only love, but learn from. Is Your Hair Made of Donuts? empowers young people to take control of their health with each delicious page of knowledge found in this magical journey
 

About Joy Feldman

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Published March 20, 2012 by JHF Nutritional Consulting. 40 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Children's Books, Cooking.

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“The message: Too many sweets can make you sick. . . . While the moral of the story may be a bit heavy handed, Is Your Hair Made of Donuts? has fun and beautiful illustrations that highlight the theme of eating healthfully and reflect the old adage that you are what you eat.”

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