Are you Eating my Lunch?
This book is dedicated to Charles-Olivier Bélanger.
Xavier visits the zoo. At lunch time, he can’t find his lunch box. He decides to investigate. He asks all the animals the same question: “Are Eating My Lunch?” During his investigation, he will learn animals’ favorite food.
The happy ending will make young readers laugh and ask to read this story again and again.
This book is written in English and French.
This book is like a poem. The young readers will easily learn it by heart and request to have it read again and again.
Who should read this book?
Nonreaders young children 3 to 5 as a bedtime story
First grade students, easy to read and funny story
Young readers who wish to learn a second language (French)
Teachers could propose this story to young readers
What are the key messages?
All animals have a different favorite food.
You have to work to have food and rest.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
Are You Eating My Lunch?: Manges-Tu Mon Lunch? is most highly recommended.
Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The author's simple and elegant style of writing does a good job of combining learning with story.
Reviewed by Jane Finch for Readers' Favorite
Dr. Nicole, has cleverly incorporated a learning experience with a fun story, which is sure to make this a popular read.