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Highly recommended for all young children (and adults will love it too).
The quick-moving story is enhanced by the humorous, cartoon-like quality of the water color illustrations, which fits well with the silliness of the narrative.
Why have healthy stuff like fruits and vegetables when you can eat burgers!
Burger Boy is a very good book. The illustrations are tops. The children that I read the book with were laughing and into the story.Published 13 months ago by Linda Boggs
My Head Start class agreed for a healthy body, Bennie needed to eat more veggies, more fruit, less burgers (bread & meat) and drink milk! Read morePublished on December 26, 2012 by Mrs. I.
Cute story about a boy who only eats burgers...and I'm sure you can guess what happens?! Just like his mom tells him...he turns into a burger! Read morePublished on November 28, 2012 by Traci Waldron
The story was fun and my nearly-three-year-old remained engaged. The redundancy of the boy's reactions to being chased grew annoying, but in all it's a cute chidren's bookPublished on January 30, 2012 by Mandy Andretti
This is one of my favorite books to read aloud to kindergarteners and first graders.
Some sit with their mouths open in disbelief and the end cracks them all up. Read more
If you want to teach kids to be Vegans, read them this book. The cows running after Bennie are crying, "Don't you know what hamburgers are made of? Read morePublished on October 27, 2009 by sjstew