This Is What I Eat: Fun Activities for Mindful Eating (Paperback)
This color-and-activity book from an award-winning food stylist is a playful introduction to healthy eating and engaging with our planet, perfect for your budding foodie or your picky eater!
In this bold and bright activity book, award-winning food stylist Aliza J. Sokolow shares her love of fruits, veggies, and all things yummy with kids just starting to explore their own dietary preferences.
This book is the ultimate journey for little foodies and picky eaters alike. With a deliciously global perspective and a focus on community and humanity, this activity book helps kids better understand not only what we eat, but how we eat it!
Filled with 30+ activities and journal pages, kids will love having this keepsake of culinary self-exploration.
Inside, you will learn:
- How to grow an avocado tree at home!
- What grown-up foodie job is right for YOU!
- How families around the world eat!
- How to save our planet . . . one batch of compost at a time!
- Foodie facts from around the world!
About the Author
Aliza J. Sokolow is a food stylist and photographer for both digital and print media. She got her start working for Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution project. Her work has won an Emmy, two Emmy nominations, and a James Beard Media Award. Her photography work can be seen in the New York Times, Architectural Digest, Bon Appétit, the Wall Street Journal, and the Los Angeles Times. Aliza loves to give back to the community and the world.
Lauren Lowen graduated with a BFA in illustration from Rhode Island School of Design and creates art for projects including ad campaigns, publishing, and products ranging from greeting cards and stickers to activity books and even kid's luggage. She's taught illustration and design at RISD, Montserrat College of Art, Maryland Institute College of Art, and Watkins College of Art. Her clients include Scholastic, Hallmark, LG, American Greetings, Williams-Sonoma, World Market, Papyrus, DEMDACO, Mudpuppy, Workman Publishing, Sellers Publishing, Tyndale House Publishers, Little Bee Books, Girls' Life magazine, Oopsy Daisy, Utne Reader, Nashville Scene, ZÜCA, Department56, and Mpix.
"Anyone hoping to get their kids into healthy eating habits should pick up L.A. food stylist Aliza J. Sokolow’s This Is What I Eat: Fun Activities for Mindful Eating, a children’s activity book intended to help kids better understand food through an interactive approach. With journal pages and lively illustrations by Lauren Lowen, the book might even teach parents a thing or two like how to grow an avocado tree and everything you need to know about composting." --The Hollywood Reporter