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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Sweet Pea loved spending time with her Papa. She helped her Papa by pulling the weeds and planting the seeds while he was gardening. After some weeks the garden was ready to harvest. It was full of beautiful leaves of different shapes and colors. Papa pulled out a carrot and gave it to Sweet Pea but she did not want to eat it because it was dirty. He snapped off a green bean and Sweet Pea did not want to have that either. Nor the red ripe strawberry because she felt it was sitting on the ground all day. Papa decided to eat the superfood all by himself. Sweet Pea wondered how super she would become if she ate superfood.
Super Sweet Pea by J.L. Humphreys is a delightful story to encourage young readers to eat nutritious food so that they have super strong bones, terrific teeth, powerful eyes, a super brain, a healthy heart, and a strong immune system. Susan Shorter's colorful and bright illustrations make the story and the concept attractive and captivating to young readers. The exercise at the end of the story to make a list of the superfoods and why they are super is a fun way to help youngsters find out the different types of food that will make them strong and the benefits. Tutors and parents can use this story of Sweet Pea to help children learn what superfood means in an entertaining and interactive way, and to eat food with nutritional value to easily make them into SUPER kids.