Peter the Picky Polar Bear

(14 customer reviews)

£6.99

What kind of polar bear doesn’t like fish? Will picky Peter ever change his mind? This beautifully simple story will encourage the pickiest of eaters to keep an open mind when there’s new food to try!

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Description

What kind of polar bear doesn’t like fish?

A Peter kind of polar bear, that’s what kind!

Peter’s mummy, his daddy and even his teacher have tried to get Peter to eat his fish, but he has made up his mind. Peter has had a very good look, and he definitely does not like fish.

This beautifully simple story will encourage the pickiest of eaters to keep an open mind when there’s a new food to try! The fun activity page and comprehension questions at the end of the story will promote discussion with your child and encourage understanding.

Adorable illustrations and an uncomplicated narrative will make Peter the Picky Polar Bear a firm favourite with young children.

Additional information

Author

Kieshia Chun

Published

December 2020

Language

English

ISBN

9781912765249

Size

280mm x 216mm (h x w)

14 reviews for Peter the Picky Polar Bear

  1. Kevin

    What a wonderful book, the kids loved it, especially my youngest who is the fussiest of eaters and now vows to try more. Well written, lovely illustrations and some great activities for the kids to do after.

  2. Jane Elizabeth McGee

    This is a fantastic, beautifully illustrated book, with exclamation marks galore!!! It makes me smile. It inspires a positive mental attitude. It will make you want to sit your child down and impart the overall take home message of don’t rule things out until you have tried them! The activities at the end of the book are also a nice idea. I can’t recommend it more highly.

  3. Joy Murray

    Very happy with this book. Worth every penny. I now have two children who eat everything I give them.

  4. Dayton Grey

    I pre ordered this book in November, and was looking forward to reading it to my Grandson, who is a fussy eater!
    This is really sweet, and for the age range it is aimed at, it is perfectly written to grab their interest and make them think. Looking forward to seeing more from this author. A range of these would be great in schools!

  5. Lyndsey Henderson

    We adore polar bears and getting a tricky topic like giving it a go, whether food or something new, then even better. This book has beautiful imagery and ideas and will be loved by adults and children. Great gift.

  6. Kelly George

    Amazing little book , 100% recommend esp for your fussy eaters .

    Me and my wife have recently fostered a 4 year old who is having food challenges so this book was perfect and now our little man wants to be just like the bear and try new foods . Great little read 🙂

  7. Naomi Coles

    Me and my son loved reading this book together. It’s very fitting for him as I always say to him you don’t know you don’t like it until you have tried it. We had great fun reading it.

  8. Jane McGee

    Who would not love this book ? It is so sweet and fun for kids to follow along with. It is beautifully written and illustrated . It inspires a positive mental attitude. It will make you want to sit your child down and impart the overall take home message of don’t rule things out until you have tried them! The activities at the end of the book are also a nice idea. I can’t recommend it more highly.

  9. LucyLu

    A wonderful story for little ones to understand a simple message directed at fussy little eaters. Well written with effective repetition to teach the message.
    The illustrations are perfect for the story, simple and effective just like the story AND the cuddly toy looks so cute and cuddly, I want one!!!

  10. Jenny Condon

    Fantastic book for all the picky eaters out there, only wish it had been about several years previous to help my eldest son who is our picky eater!!! My 5 year old son loves this book, beautiful story and illustrations and fantastic message to get children to try new foods

  11. Gail Aldwin

    This is a delightful picture book that will appeal to young children and their parents/carers. The story can help to build early literacy skills through the use of patterned language and repetition. Activity pages at the end are an added bonus.

  12. Valerie Blankenship

    I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review.

    This was such a cute little story that all if us parents can relate to.

    Peter the Polar Bear is a picky eater. He just simply does not like fish.

    It has cute, colorful illustrations that will help your child learn exactly what it takes for Peter to get over being a picky eater.

    This book is such a good book for children who simply say they don’t like foods, because they have never really tried it.

    With a cute little game and questions in the back of the book to engage your child, Peter the Picky Eater will grasp your child’s attention and maybe just maybe help them to not be so picky.

  13. Bryony Dorrans

    I was kindly gifted this book from the author and I am so pleased she did! Peter the Polar Bear encourages children to try new foods in an un-pressurised way. With the help of his friend Percy the Penguin helps Peter to have a try and is a very supportive friend!

    I look forward to share this book with my class and target any children who find trying new foods a challenge!

    Thank you !

  14. Alicia Lewis-Owen

    Such a wonderful story
    Both my children love reading this book.
    My son loves animals so really enjoys reading Peter the picky polar bear.
    This has also helped with my youngest daughter too as she can be a little fussy so has helped encourage her a lot.
    Fantastic read would definitely reccomend.

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