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Once upon a time there was a princess named Penelopea who lived in Capital Pea, where people ate peas by the pound—pureed, poached, and pan-fried!
There was just one problem. Penelopea hated peas. So she came up with a plan—but it led to a catastropea of epic proportions! Her plan was to make peas disappear forever, only to find peas aren’t bad after all.
Princess Penelopea Hates Peas is a charming story for kids and their parents about picky eating. Includes information for parents and caregivers about the causes of picky eating and strategies for encouraging children to eat a variety of healthy foods.
“Adorable, curvy, colorful illustrations perfectly complement the amusing alliterative language style of Princess Penelopea Hates Peas. Perfect puns and funny peas adorn these pea-luscious pages of inspiration for pea-challenged cooks, caregivers, and eaters.”
—Midwest Book Review
“Princess Penelopea Hates Peas is the story of a princess who cannot be convinced to try her peas, no matter what the king and queen do. The book offers parents an opportunity to encourage kids to try new foods. There is a note to parents and caregivers in the back that provides useful tips for getting children to eat a variety of foods. The accompanying illustrations are whimsical and colorful, and help turn a topic that some children may hesitate to embrace into a book that is a great deal of fun to read.”