To help every child find new vegetable friends!

This book for kids aged 2 to 7 years establishes the right eating habits for life.

45 ingenious rhymes accompanied with original illustrations introduce all the most popular (and some lesser-known) vegetables.

Watch as these veggies become real heroes for your kids.

Price: 13,40 €

Who are we?

We’re the moms of some typical kids who didn’t want to eat their veggies. The second they saw something green on their plate, they’d scream: “Yucky!!!”

We decided to do something special for the sake of our kiddos‘ health. Momma Diana came up with a very clever rhyme for every veggie she could think of. She started reading them aloud to her daughter at meal times, and lo and behold, the little girl ate her veggies. Momma Andrea tried the same with her daughter, Petra, and she was delighted when it worked for her, too!

Now that our kids actually enjoy eating their vegetables, we’re happy to bring these neat poems accompanied with beautiful illustrations to you, too. We hope you‘ll enjoy reading this e-book as much as we loved creating it.

Enjoy your meal!

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Color your own veggie friends

48 pages of original illustrations of vegetables in .pdf format. 

Print them out so your kids can enjoy hours of coloring fun – and get to know their veggie friends even better.

Buy My Veggie Friends and get this amazing coloring ebook for FREE. 

How to get your child to start enjoying vegetables... with a little help from this book

A short guide, or one mom’s story of what worked for her:

  • First I chose one vegetable from the book I wanted to introduce to my daughter.
  • Over a few days, I shared the picture from the book with her and recited the poem. I also showed her the real vegetable.
  • As we went about our day, we recited the poem together and kept looking at the picture. Then we looked for it in our garden, and we went to buy some in the store.
  • We talked about how healthy this veggie is and why it‘s important to eat it.
  • We prepared some meals and snacks with it at home. My daughter watched me clean, cut, and cook the veggie as I explained the whole process from start to finish.
  • Before we took our first bite, we revisited the picture in the book and recited the poem.
  • And then... we savored the taste.
  • After a few days, we chose another veggie or fruit and repeated the entire process.
  • First I chose one vegetable from the book I wanted to introduce to my daughter.
  • Over a few days, I shared the picture from the book with her and recited the poem. I also showed her the real vegetable.
  • As we went about our day, we recited the poem together and kept looking at the picture. Then we looked for it in our garden, and we went to buy some in the store.
  • We talked about how healthy this veggie is and why it‘s important to eat it.
  • We prepared some meals and snacks with it at home. My daughter watched me clean, cut, and cook the veggie as I explained the whole process from start to finish.
  • Before we took our first bite, we revisited the picture in the book and recited the poem.
  • And then... we savored the taste.
  • After a few days, we chose another veggie or fruit and repeated the entire process.

What book lovers are saying about us

“These are the perfect books to use to build a relationship with food… Don’t forget to talk to your kids about fruits and vegetables. Show them how they grow, or at least what they look like :)”
Alexandra Patay PopovicovaAlexandra Patay Popovicova Founder of the What Healthy Kids Eat project
“The best book I ever invested in. My son ate all his veggies last week, even the ones he doesn’t like. Every time we cook a meal with vegetables, we look them up in the book. I keep it in the kitchen, and it stays out on the table. My little boy‘s excited, and so am I! I highly recommend this book. And the beautiful illustrations present the veggies in a very fun way. Thank you for this amazing work of art.”
Tinka KarmazinTinka Karmazin Author of bestselling books about healthy cooking