Eat Your Vegetabibbles

I had the pleasure of reviewing “Vegetabibbles” written and illustrated by Kathryn Warren.  With impressive rhymes and adorable characters, Warren has created the perfect children’s book about eating vegetables!  And if your children are like my four year old, then this may be the catalyst you need for getting them to try new things!  Reminiscent of Veggie Tales, you meet Bob the corn on the Cob who “runs around with Broccoli Rob.”  CW’s favorite is the russet potato that “fancied a roma tomato” (they met in a stew).  At their wedding the black eyed peas get into a little trouble, which makes CW laugh every time.  Personally, I liked the zucchini in a bikini!


With colorful illustrations and funny quips, your children will be talking about “Vegetabibbles” all the time.  And, maybe that will translate into some more eating at the table!  Now instead of asking CW to eat his zucchini, I say, “Eat your vegetabibbles” and he giggles.  Next thing I know, the zucchini has disappeared!  The best part is that “Vegetabibbles” introduces your children to new kinds of vegetables from edamame to kale, while enhancing their vocabulary with great words like bravado (rhymes with avocado) and merit (you guessed it, to rhyme with carrot)!

Incredibly creative, pick up a copy of “Vegetabibbles” today!

photo10 150x150 An In Tents Circus of SoundsKristin is a former high school English teacher and show choir geek enjoying time as a stay-at-home mom to CW and new baby brother MD.

Thanks to “Vegetabibbles”  for the chance to review their new book! As always, all opinions are Kristin’s and her boys’ and were not influenced by anyone.


2 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Andrea said,

    June 27, 2012 @ 12:51 am

    “Zucchini in a bikin!” LOL so cute!

  2. 2

    Kathryn said,

    July 13, 2012 @ 6:15 pm

    They’re so cute reading the book! Thanks so much, Kristin! xoxo

Notice: comments_rss_link is deprecated since version 2.5! Use post_comments_feed_link() instead. in /home1/babiesgo/public_html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3619
Comment RSS · TrackBack URI

Say your words