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Oscar's Lunchbox

by Pam Houssenloge

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Introducing Oscar's Lunchbox, a delightful new children's book written to provide emotional support for children living with food intolerances and allergies. "It's hard having food intolerances .....and Oscar finds lunchtime at school especially tough. But then he discovers the secret to finding his own speical racing car formula, Oscar realises that he's not missing out at all. His lunchbox is just right for him." Oscar's Lunchbox is a high-quality, inspiring and educational book for children dealing with food intolerances. There is also a beautiful underlying message in the book for children and adults alike, reminding us to be aware of clever marketing and flavour enhancers when making food choices. By stopping to sense the messages from his body, Oscar is making a connection between what he eats and how he feels. If he wants to feel great, he learns that he has to act upon these messages. The wisdom contained in Oscar's Lunchbox can be used as a fundamental tool for developing life-long healthy eating habits.

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