I received an advance copy of the book, Beth Lewis’ The Boy Who Burped.
It’s very nice, very colorful and fun. On top of that, it’s a great conversation started about the importance of healthy eating – foods that are good for us and less junk food and the importance of exercise.
Then there is the plus that the family began spending quality this together.
The book is appropriate for children up to 4th grade.
The Boy Who Burped by Beth Lewis
A burping boy. A family with quirks. Will their love for chocolate, candy, ice cream, and soda burden them forever?
Brother’s burping plague is matched only by his Sister’s continued hiccups, Momma’s sneezes, and Daddy’s toots. As he makes changes, inspired by his dog Peppy, he learns that his love of chocolate and lack of movement had caused the constant belching.
His family member’s other ailments are also associated with crazy food habits and inactivity – each has an electronic device they cannot live without. Will the family be able to make changes to feel better?
This book is for any parent, grandparent or kid who appreciates a good joke. If laughing helps you cope with the many stresses in life and you don’t take anything too seriously, you will enjoy reading this story. As a lighthearted read, your young one will wonder if everyday choices could really cause such absurd ailments.
If you want to help kids understand the importance of eating well and moving more, this book is for you and your family. With a common thread of making family time a priority and laughing along the way, your child will select this book again and again.
Beautifully illustrated by Daniel Włodarski, the images bring The Boy Who Burped to life!
This book is perfect for Birthdays, Valentine’s, and Christmas Presents
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I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I am not being paid to write this or being told what to say.
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Pastor’s Wife (retired) & Chronic Pain Warrior blogs about how to make it through anything by relating her own life experiences to her writing. She is passionate about her love for the Lord and desires to spread that passion to others. She has a great desire to encourage women who are following behind her.