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I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato By Lauren Child,

  • Title: I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato
  • Author: Lauren Child
  • ISBN: 9780763621803
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Paperback
  • Youngsters will never not ever pass up a second helping PUBLISHERS WEEKLYLola is a fussy eater A very fussy eater She won t eat her carrots until her brother Charlie reveals that they re orange twiglets from Jupiter She won t eat her mashed potatoes until Charlie explains that they re cloud fluff from the pointiest peak of Mount Fuji There are many thin Youngsters will never not ever pass up a second helping PUBLISHERS WEEKLYLola is a fussy eater A very fussy eater She won t eat her carrots until her brother Charlie reveals that they re orange twiglets from Jupiter She won t eat her mashed potatoes until Charlie explains that they re cloud fluff from the pointiest peak of Mount Fuji There are many things Lola won t eat, including and especially tomatoes Or will she Two endearing siblings star in a witty story about the triumph of imagination over proclivity.
    I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato Youngsters will never not ever pass up a second helping PUBLISHERS WEEKLYLola is a fussy eater A very fussy eater She won t eat her carrots until her brother Charlie reveals that they re orange twigle

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    1. This is a nice book in which fussy eater Lola is tricked into eating various different foods by her older brother Charlie who is often given the task of serving Lola s dinner Lola insists that she will never not ever eat a tomato along with many other vegetables but when Charlie gives these foods new names and says they are from exotic places such as planet Plutowell Lola just can t resist This book provides a link with the topic of healthy eating and children can be encouraged to reflect on foo [...]

    2. These Charlie and Lola books can be very entertaining reading outloud with a British accent Everytime I brought a Chalriel and Lola book to read to my Daughters class they all whooped with delight and INSISTED I read like Charlie and Lola once they heard me do it with an accent Fun for us all

    3. I will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato by Lauren Child is told from Charlie s point of view There are nights when it is his job to give his sister Lola her dinner This can be a challenge as Lola is a fussy eater Charlie comes up with a way to call the foods she doesn t like different things mashed potato becomes cloud fluff, peas are green drops from Greenland etc Eventually, Lola tries the foods and even tries a tomato but of course it s not a tomato, it s a moonsquirter This is a great book that I [...]

    4. Max got this book for the holiday s from his Aunt Karen, and this spring it has become one of his favorites It is a sweet story of a little Lola who is quite a picky eater and her brother s clever trickery to get her to eatbut who really has the last laughyou will have to read One thing must be read in a British accent

    5. This is a funny book in the Charlie and Lola series Lola is a fussy eater and will not eat a lot of things like carrots or potatoes and especially tomatoes Charlie finds this difficult as when it comes to feeding Lola this is tricky So Charlie comes up with a plan by getting Lola to eat the foods but by saying they are something else For example she says carrots are not carrots that they re orange twiglets from Jupiter and mashed potato is cloud fluff from the pointiest peak of Mount Fuji Lola g [...]

    6. This is the pop up edition of Charlie and Lola s I will not ever NEVER eat a tomato and while the ordinary edition if I may call any Charlie and Lola editions ordinary is good, this one is probably even better That is because the characters and the food pop out of the pages and are there in your face The storyline is obviously the same, Lola is a very fussy eater and does not eat carrots because she says they are for rabbits, and a whole host of other foods such as sausages, cauliflower, peas or [...]

    7. I Will Never NOT Ever Eat a Tomato would be a perfect read aloud I loved loved loved this book It fits all of the main criteria a read aloud should have It would be in the appropriate time limit, the pictures are fun to look at and they are big and colorful This is a story about a little picky eater named Lola Her older brother gets her to eat different things Lola said she doesn t eat by making up what they really are For example, peas are not peas They are green drops from Greenland And fish s [...]

    8. Having recently read this book to a class of young school children, I was amazed at how popular the Charlie and Lola series is This book in particular is very engaging for children especially the use of illustration which is somewhat familiar to the art style used in certain Roald Dahl books The story is about Charlie who is attempting to feed his younger sister Lola, her dinner However Lola is a very fussy eater and does not eat a lot of food that is on the menu Charlie decides to trick her by [...]

    9. I think this is my first Charlie and Lola book It really made me smile I enjoyed it I liked seeing the imagination of what they would call the different food And, of course, I liked seeing Lola trying the food and liking it I thought the pictures and text style were rather fun, too 6 29 10 7 1 10 This worked well in storytime The children had fun seeing the foods familiar to them be changed to something else Some of the parents commented on how they enjoyed the book A success, if not a raving on [...]

    10. I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato by Lauren Child is a very imaginative and witty childrens book about two siblings who share a dialoge about food Lola is what we call a fussy eater and seems not to like any vegetable the exists, until her brother Charlie persuades her He imaginatively lurs her into believing that carrots are not carrots but twiglets from Jupiter, that peas are not peas but greendrops from Greenland, that potatoes are not potatoes but cloud fluff, etc In the end, Lola surprises [...]

    11. Lauren Child has gotten it right when it comes to healthy eating with this lovely story Lola refuses to eat anything healthy, she especially hates tomatoes Her big brother Charlie, plays a trick on her and tells her that each of the different foods, have a new name and a story behind them That potato mash is no longer just mash, its actually cloud fluff from Mount Fiji Can you believe it Lola does, and she is eager to try out these amazing foods Between orange twiglets that come from Jupiter and [...]

    12. Most people I know are fussy eaters and NO ONE likes their vegetables well almost no one and Lola is no exception She does not want to eat her vegetables but her brother Charlie cleverly thinks of new names for her vegetables and stories behind them to entice her to eat them which she does.Again this was an excellent read to the children There is an important message here that we need to eat our vegetables to stay healthy and it is imperative that as teachers we highlight the significance of eat [...]

    13. This was a book I read to my reception class during SBT1 They absolutely loved it I think it is a really imaginative and fun way to engage children in healthy eating Lauren Child has successfully identified the typical food items children seem to constantly find excuses not to eat She converts Lola, the fussy eater to a healthy eater The language is easy to model to children and they are able to pick up Lola s new and improved eating habits The colourful illustrations and short sentences make it [...]

    14. Charlie e Lola sono in assoluto tra i miei protagonisti preferiti di libri per l infanzia Qualche anno fa su Sky trasmettevano anche la serie a cartoni animati di questa divertente coppia di fratellini In questo primo episodio delle loro avventure, Charlie ha il compito di preparare la cena a Lola, che per , come la stragrande maggioranza dei bimbi della sua et , a tavola ama fare i capricci soprattutto quando si tratta di assaggiare le verdure Riuscir Charlie a convincerla ad assaggiare i tanto [...]

    15. I really enjoy the imagination of renaming food 11 28 13I was a little worried about using this with my young story time crowd, but Charlie and Lola were able to keep my antsy toddlers attention One mother who had a baby and had to leave early had to pick up her toddler and carry her out She didn t want to leave 11 19 13Used in PJ Story Time Everyone seems to enjoy Lola and Charlie.Used with a first grade class requested Used with PreK and K in outreach.

    16. I am absolutely enchanted by Lauren Child s Charlie and Lola books They are A DOR A BLE It s so cute to see a slightly exasperated brother try to show his little sis the way to navigate the world It s obvious that he loves her and would probably rope the moon for if she asked in her overly adverbed way of talking.This particular book is about Charlie trying convince Lola to eat something that s good for her, but she s not sure about.

    17. I practically had to force my son to let me read this to him because I wanted to read it so bad I thought it was a really cute and creative book and I love to read it to him However, he d rather read anything about trains or fire trucks than read what mommy wants Sigh I d definitely read in this series but only if he lets me, lol.

    18. Read this book out loud to my 6 to 9 year olds today They really enjoyed it It might serve well to encourage fussy eaters to be less fussy However, the book, generally speaking, is just a good read out loud book for young students.

    19. I love to read this story before lunch time and rename with student input, everything we are having that day with something silly This is a great book to read for picky eaters as well and I think it has influence because Charlie and Lola are well known characters.

    20. This one could be so helpful I liked the book s idea Children keep surpriseing us with their responds one of my relatives started eating tomatoes after hearing a kids song

    21. Science food groups, food chainsImagination use similes to describeFilm adaptation watch on youtubeLifestyle lifestyles choicesTricks Charlie plays a trick on Lola

    22. I do enjoy the Charlie and Lola series and I can emphasise with Lola on this title for I have a dear friend who could have spoken the title of this book with comfort we dine together every Saturday and if tomatoes are on her plate she will pass them over to me and I usually eat them whatever I have ordered So I do understand where Lola is coming from Charlie s Mum and Dad sometimes ask him to look after his sister while they are busy and that often means him giving her dinner He considers this a [...]

    23. One of my classmates from language and literacy read this book I had never heard of it before but I loved it What a great way to get kids to open up and try new things or even look at gross things differently This book can open up to a great discussion but also we can talk about renaming foods and discussing what we like and do not like.

    24. Omg this book brings back such great memories If you are looking for a great read aloud to little kids this is perfect Though even after reading the book I still have to agree with the title I will never, not ever eat a tomato.

    25. I Will Not Ever Never at a Tomato.Author and Illustrator Lauren ChildReading Age 0 5 year oldsSchool dinner ladies have a tough job trying to get children enjoying their school dinners these days Children are the fussiest eaters, and with stricter food regulations in schools for healthy nutritious lunches, fussy eaters are at their fussiest The School Food Plans maintains that lunches should include least one portion of vegetables or salad every day and one portion of fruit, no extra salt and fr [...]

    26. Lola is a very fussy eater She will not eat peas, carrots or potatoes and absolutely will not ever never eat a tomato One day her sibling Charlie has an idea With inventive and imaginative trickery Charlie successfully convinces Lola into believing that her despised foods are wildly appealing Carrots are transformed into orange twiglets from Jupiter , peas are green drops from Greenland , mash is cloud fluff from the pointiest peak of Mount Fuji and fish fingers are ocean nibbles from the superm [...]

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