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A is for Asparagus: A Jacques Couteau Mystery Paperback – September 6, 2011
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About the Author
Holland Dayze is an amateur horticulturalist, a rare potato aficionado and a former VIA agent. Holland splits her time between the agriculturally rich soils of Peru, California and southern France. A believer in the time- honored tradition of languorous meals, Holland can often be found at the dining table enjoying fine food and friends. Ms. Dayze is at work on the next Jacques Couteau mystery, B is for Brussels Sprouts.
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I wish that the author would add some pictures and market this as a book for children. I think it would be a HUGE hit with the 5 to 10-year-old set. So many parents now are trying to incorporate healthier eating habits and this makes the point of the dangers of fast foods in a fun, but educational way. I can certainly see teachers and school librarians getting excited about it. It would be a great book to read to a classroom, but I do think it needs pictures or illustrations.
I found this in the Humor category. Although (as I have said) it's a fun read for an adult, I think it's real potential is as a children's book. I hope the author will continue this series. I look forward to the next installment.