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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
We all know vitamins are essential for growth and good health. A Kid’s Guide to Vitamins and Minerals by Hammad Farooqui is a useful and informative tool for all parents, educators, and children who want to learn basic information regarding vitamins and minerals required by the body in a simple and easy way. The book helps to convey knowledge about vitamins and minerals to everyone in a way that can be easily understood. The book gives good insights into vitamins, the types of vitamins, the importance of vitamins, functions of minerals and food sources, and various other valuable information that is beneficial to health.
I found the book very useful, not only for children but also adults as it will guide them to eat right and choose their food accordingly. The few pictures in the book are bright and colorful and they will fascinate young readers. The book is definitely a must-have in every school library and home as it is a good reference book when it comes to learning about vitamins, minerals, and deficiencies. There is a useful chapter devoted to Vitamin D because medical reports suggest that more than 25 to 50% of the population may be suffering from this deficiency. The author gives good insights when it comes to food and eating. The author handles the topic methodically and makes it very easy for readers to remember and incorporate the tips and suggestions into their daily lives.