Hungry Henry
Hungry Henry

Hungry Henry

0-3

JUVENILE FICTION

14 Pages, 5.5 x 5.5

Formats: Board Book

Board Book, $7.99 (US $7.99) (CA $9.99)

Publication Date: September 2016

ISBN 9781936669479

Rights: WOR

blue manatee press (Sep 2016)

Price: $7.99
 
 

Overview

A read-aloud, fictional story with photographs of real food designed to look like friendly animals offers young readers a fun way to recognize and enjoy healthy foods

Join Henry on an imaginative dreamland adventure as he meets a blueberry sheep, a waffle turtle, and more! With each turn of the page, Henry grows hungrier and hungrier. Will he wake up to the breakfast of his dreams? Find out in this charming tale of healthy, playful food creations—perfect for inspiring nutritious choices that even the pickiest eater will enjoy!

Reviews

"What delightful illustrations! The simplicity of Henry compliments the focus of the illustrations - animals and habitats made out of food!" —Lola Snyder, Head of Youth Services, Jackson County Public Library, Seymour, IN

"Hungry Henry makes healthy foods fun with a sweet, simple story and beautifully stylized artwork that engages and captivates young readers. This imaginative book was an instant favorite with my toddler." —Anne Myer, teacheatlove.com

"The story is simple and fun and the food creations will have your belly rumbling to read it again!" —diapers-and-daydreams.com

"The mixed media illustrations are a welcome treat as Henry, who is stick figure-like in simplicity, meets sweet animals crafted out of real foods." —Cara Frank, Children's Literature Evaluation and Review Interest Group (CLEAR), swonlibraries.org

"This read is sure to bring a smile and perhaps a bit of hunger for a healthy treat to young children who are learning the importance of a healthy and balanced diet. This captivating tale is highly recommended as a snack time read at home or school." —Jillian Sciacca, thechildrensbookreview.com

Author Biography

Marla Osborn is a photographer with a passion for visual concepts. She resides in South Florida with her husband Jim and her 3-year-old daughter Alexandra. When Marla is not busy brainstorming new food creations, she enjoys traveling with her family.