You Are What You Eat by Serge Bloch
and Other Mealtime Hazards

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In this deliciously clever follow-up to Butterflies in My Stomach and Reach for the Stars, our young hero and his loyal dog, Roger, tackle another major aspect of life: eating. Mealtime should be a piece of cake, but this finicky eater eats like a bird. And that drives his mom bananas because he really should have three square meals a day. What will happen when he dines at the home of a friend whose mom is a real health nut? Maybe he'll discover that variety is the spice of life!
Children might find these sayings puzzling at first. But Bloch's witty and wonderful images, which mix whimsical line drawings with photographs of inanimate objects, make everything clear-and will leave readers of all ages pleased as punch.

About Serge Bloch

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Bloch is the art director of a French magazine for children.
Published November 2, 2010 by Sterling. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Figures of speech strung together form this loosely spun narrative, which occasionally results in rather un-kidlike dialogue: “Oliver told me I was as nutty as a fruitcake if I didn't love his mother's cooking.” Crisp photographs combine with nimble pen-and-ink sketches to provide a literal inter...

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Boy's been told that people need three square meals a day and he and Roger look at them, rather nonplussed.

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