Book: Which food will you choose? by @stopfussyeating via @BloomsburyEd

Published by Bloomsbury Education

Which Food Will You Choose?

£6.99*
9.4

Content

10.0/10

Accessible

9.5/10

Authority

9.0/10

Practical

9.0/10

Value

9.5/10

Pros

  • A stunning, beautifully illustrated book offering great opportunities to discuss foods with fussy eaters.
  • Great advice – aimed at parents – offered at the end of the book with guidance on what to say to young children.
  • The book could easily be used in early years settings, offering a great stimulus to get young children think about foods they are familiar with, and introducing others.

Supported by Bloomsbury Education


An ingenious and entertaining picture book to entice your little fussy eater to look beyond ‘beige’ and explore a whole new colourful world of food!

Mummy’s in a bad mood. She’s fed up of food like chicken nuggets, pasta, chips, cereal and crisps. Then she has an idea! She’s going to take her children to the supermarket to play a game. On Monday she tells them to choose three RED foods, on Tuesday three YELLOW foods, on Wednesday three GREEN foods… Look at all the foods there are to choose from!

Which three foods would YOU choose? And how would YOU eat them?

The pages in this cleverly concocted picture book by Claire Potter, the best-selling author of Getting the Little Blighters to Eat, feature colourful illustrations of foods by Ailie Busby, encouraging the reader to pick the ones they’d like to try. Enjoy the story together and then take your child to the supermarket to play the game in real life!

Recommended by paediatric dietitians to help with fussy eating, it’s a fun and effective way to coax your child out of their comfort zone and encourage them to go for something new and different.


*RRP – Price correct at time of review publication.

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