Squash Boom Beet – An Alphabet for Healthy, Adventurous Eaters
"Stomp your feet. Squash the ground. It's time to explore all around. March to the garden. Listen to the beat. Get ready to find something wild to eat!" .... Tasting new vegetables can be an exciting adventure, especially when trying foods like dragon tongue beans, dinosaur kale, fairy tale eggplant and candy cane beets. Journey from A to Z in this award-winning book and enjoy beautiful photography of exciting farm foods—everything from awesome Asparagus to green tiger Zucchini! This is the book parents have been waiting for. Kids will want to be brave eaters if it means trying these fun veggies.
• hardcover children's book • 56 pages of full-color photography of fun foods • 50+ Michigan farms and gardens featured • printed in the USA at a sustainable printer • printed using environmentally friendly soy-oil inks
About Lisa Maxbauer Price (Traverse City, Michigan Author)
Lisa Maxbauer Price started her publishing career in New York City, working as a magazine writer and editor. After 10 years in the field, she moved to the Midwest, where she continued to contribute to national publications, focusing on health and nutrition. She has also blogged for the New York Times on parenting. In 2016 she published her first children's book, a fun, colorful field guide for farm foods called "Squash Boom Beet: an Alphabet for Healthy, Adventurous Eaters." She wrote and photographed all 56 pages. Today, Maxbauer Price lives in Northern Michigan with her husband and three children and is a contributing writer at First for Women and Simple Grace magazines. She is also the assistant editor at Grand Traverse Woman magazine and owner of the boutique publishing company Blue Bay Books, LLC.