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SM - Parent with child aged 6 years old
My child enjoyed the story, he listened and asked questions about the characters, we used it as a part of his home schooling, he told his Dad about junk food.
The fact that the books and the future books are explaining nutrition and healthy eating in a way child can relate to, we really liked.
The characters names were interesting, my child could not pronounce them, but he is only six.
It would be nice for the end of the book to have a lead into to book 2.
We learnt that we should not eat too much junk food, My child, did not want to go to go to a fast food place for a treat and we made our own.
We really liked the characters. They all seemed to have a purpose
The names are unique, but they strangely seem to work
My child loved the racoon but did quite like the Viscount as well.
I enjoyed the audio book, my child struggled to concentrate at first but he did get there in the end.
The books did look good quality, I would go for the Hardback version.
DS - KS1 Teacher, parent with children aged 3 and 5 years old
I liked the quality of the book, the way the colours were bright, great imagery.
I found the story easy to follow, (my 3 and 5-year-old really enjoyed it)
There was nothing I really disliked about the story, I thought the writer did a good job of making it engaging.
I would like to see maybe some figures, that I could use with my class to discuss the story, and the food groups, I was glad to see that there were going to be other books.
I thought the characters were well thought out.
I thought the names may be a little hard for younger children, but as the age range rises, then this won’t be an issue
We liked Professor Tigervich
I like the way the countries represent the food groups
Its difficult to say a favourite country, but Protenia, does seem to be engaging.
I enjoyed the audiobook, but I would use the hardback version to engage my class
HW - Reception and Year 1 Teacher
I thought that the pictures in the story looked very colourful and children would like them. I like the pictures of the characters and that they were animals.
I liked the characters. I thought there could be more descriptions of the characters, including what they are like to make them more appealing for children.
The audiobook is good. I thought the book looked very neat in hardback.
HS - teacher, parent with children aged 5 and 7 years old
We liked that the story was focusing on trying to eat healthily and introducing children to different food groups.
We would prefer to have a hardback cover of the book. The pictures were very colourful and it looked good quality.
The characters seemed varied and interesting
The characters had fun names
My children liked the racoon because she sounded fun
SM - parent with child aged 6 years old
We liked the song, and it stuck in our heads.
DM - KS1 Teacher with children aged 3 and 5 years old
I will use the song to engage my class in the stories.
HW - Reception and Year 1 Teacher
The song is very catchy and I think children would like it. It could be used for dance or music lessons.
HS - parent with children aged 5 and 7 years old
My children liked the song because they said it was easy to dance to. I liked that it was catchy and thought that it was fun for children. I would consider using the song in school.
SW - parent with 4 year old child
I showed my daughter this and she loved it, she now keeps asking to eat vegetables and last night ate carrots for the first time in ages!!
HS teacher, parent of children aged 5 and 7 years old
I would like to see some more information about the characters and child-friendly information on the different food groups. I would be interested in following the Viscount Vulchico as it goes around the world.
SM - Teacher, parent with child aged 6 years old
I would follow the website, once there is more information.
You can follow ViVi on the ViVichatter site as he goes around the world to learn all about the main food groups that make up healthy eating.