Sequel to the Mom’s Choice Awards® Recipient, Parent Tested, Parent Approved Award Winner, Family’s Choice Awards Winner “Give It a Go, Eat a Rainbow”. Where Does a Rainbow Grow? Is for parents and teachers wanting to continue the journey to encourage children to eat more veggies and fruits. The book introduces a new character in the series, Sammy the Bunny, who takes Blake on a journey to discover where healthy rainbow foods come from. Where Does a Rainbow Grow? supports healthy eating in a fun, educational and positive way. The book uses charming illustrations by 13-year old Alexander Guylay combined with real-life photography and simple rhymes by nutrition educator Kathryn Kemp Guylay to create an augmented reality that immediately draws kids into the story. Peer-to-peer messaging continues as Blake, the main character, feels lost and unhappy in a “colorful” word of unhealthy foods. Blake meets Sammy the Bunny, who takes Blake on a journey to fill Blake’s rainbow basket with healthy rainbow foods. The book addresses healthy eating, farm-to-table concepts and plant identification (specifically fruits and veggies), in an engaging and positive way. Targeting early childhood and elementary school age groups, this picture book is simple yet profound in promoting healthy eating habits in children. Each page is created for maximum engagement, using a delightful combination of photography, illustration, color and text.
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From kindergarten classrooms to corporate boardrooms, Kathryn has inspired tens of thousands of individuals to improve their health, happiness and productivity. Kathryn is a consummate educator, working over her career with corporate entities (through management consulting), schools and agencies (through her nonprofit work) and individuals (helping them to make difficult topics FUN). Her current online academies include Make Publishing Fun, Make Wellness Fun, and Make Publishing Fun.Kathryn is a speaker, certified nutritional counselor and coach with a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) from the University of Texas at Austin. She is the founder and executive director of Nurture, a national nonprofit that provides nutrition and wellness education to children and adults. Kathryn is also certified for corporate wellness through the Wellness Council of America. As a sought-after wellness expert, Kathryn is often interviewed by leading media such as ABC, CBS, and NPR and hosts two podcasts:Mountain Mantras, Wellness and Life Lessons and Positive on Publishing.Kathryn was named a 2016-7 “Woman of the Year” by the National Association of Professional Women. Kathryn has won nine awards for her writing and has published four books. Her nonfiction writing includes the bestseller Mountain Mantras: Wellness and Life Lessons from the Slopes and Look Before You Leap, the Smart Author’s Guide to Avoiding the Money Pit and Achieving Financial Success in Publishing. Her two full color children’s books include Give It a Go, Eat a Rainbow and Where Does a Rainbow Grow? Kathryn credits her family for her continued passion for making the world a better place. Kathryn’s interests include running, skiing, yoga, music and sustainable farming. Learn more at: makewellnessfun.com.