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What's Going On Inside the Fridge? by Mrs. D. is the second story in the series about Stacey and her yummy journey in learning about veggies and fruits. Frank the fridge is sad that Stacey has not eaten and he thinks it is his fault. Frank decides to make some better rules. He reaches for his tools and he asks Stacey to come back. She is extremely hungry and is searching through the crowded pantry. Will Stacey be able to find something to eat? Who will be able to feed this hungry girl first? Read the book to find out what happens.
As in the first story, the author does an excellent job in creating funny situations and silly characters to introduce children to veggies and fruits. She uses real emotions and, along with the colorful and vibrant illustrations, gives the fruits, vegetables, and the fridge their own personalities. It is a fantastic way to introduce children to new vegetables and fruits and tell them about their importance. The series can be kept in a personal collection so that parents can introduce children to eating vegetables and fruits with the help of these funny characters and their humorous situations. The recipes at the end of the book are useful when it comes to having a cooking session with kids at home. It is a good book for tutors and educators to use for interactive sessions in classrooms to teach children about healthy food, and the coloring exercises at the end make it an interesting activity to do together in classrooms.