Review: Nibble Gobble Munch and the chance to win a copy of your own!

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*Winner is Nathalie Taylor*

 

Nibble Gobble Munch is quite an extraordinary pop up book. It is very cleverly designed with the most amazing paper engineering. It is  really beautifully done and I keep discovering new bits to pop up, pull out and  rotate each time we read it. It’s fabulous. Both my 5 year old and 8 year old really enjoyed me reading this book to them and they loved the visuals.
Nibble Gobble Munch is a guide to food for kids. It is detailed and clearly written and really does cover everything; food groups, temperature monitoring of frozen food,  how food is s used and broken down, how its made and where it comes from, healthy options and how food helps us function. It encourages children to think about what they eat, understand the importance of being healthy.

Factual books can be a bit off putting to young readers but the vibrant colours, bite sized facts and amazing pop ups make this book COMPLETELY engaging and totally fab! I have never seen a non fiction pop up this good.

 

food and kids, kids nutrition book,

The authors Professor Charles and Maureen Clark’s aim is to encourage a healthy interest in food and nutrition and we believe this must begin at an early age (from nursery) if it is to have a realistic chance of success.

It has already been published in 8 European countries to date. In France, it has been used on an official government site to promote health education for young children.

Their is a website in relation to the book  http://nibblegobblemunch.net where it can also be purchased. It retails at £14.99.

 

How to win a copy of Nibble Gobble Munch

In order to win this fabulous book all you have to do is tell me the most yummy thing you have ever eaten in the comments below.

(For a second entry please follow this blog and for third follow me on twitter @bookreviewsmums.)

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Comp closes on Sept 21 2012

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  1. The yummiest thing I have ever eaten was baileys cheesecake at my friends wedding, her Mum made it and it was sooooooooo scrummy! I am desperate to recreate the recipe, but if I get it wrong and ruin it I will never forgive myself!

  2. Rebecca Beesley says:

    When i was pregnant and exhausted and very hungry, my six year old – yes I said 6 year old! – cooked me a breakfast of scrambled egg on toast pretty much unaided. It was my best meal ever because it was prepared with such love by him and showed how much he cared about me and his baby sister who was in my belly. x

  3. Hmmm I think it has to be Cadburys chocolate buttons ;O)

    @mummy_loves

  4. laura banks says:

    philadelphia and banana sandwiches

  5. Maya Russell says:

    My mum’s chicken curry is the most delicious, yummy, gorgeous thing I’ve ever eaten.

  6. Maya Russell says:

    Following with Google+ as Maya Russell.

  7. Maya Russell says:

    Following on Twitter as @maisietoo

  8. carole maciver says:

    pastry apple pie with clotted cream

  9. A chocolate melt in the midlde pudding

  10. i follow on twitter as @ashlallan

  11. White truffles – absolute heaven!!! @superluckydi

  12. claire woods says:

    Strawberries dipped in chocolate

  13. claire woods says:

    Following on twitter – @clairew137

  14. Laura Davies says:

    After I had my little boy my husband and I were exhausted and starving. My mum brought over a delicious chocolate torte which consisted as my main diet for a good few days! It was the most delicious thing I’ve eaten for many reasons!!

  15. Laura Pritchard says:

    Guylian Shell Chocolates….or crusty bread with tomato soup!

  16. Laura Pritchard says:

    Following on Twitter @Isis1981ul

  17. CHRISTINE ANDREWS says:

    most yummy…………tiramisu (cream + chocolate + alcohol) irresistable

  18. The yummiest thing as a strawberry gateau

  19. I recently made some chocolate truffles – trying out recipes for Christmas – which were pretty damn good and very moreish.

  20. The yummiest thing i have eaten was about 30 years ago. I had been feeling sick, and Mum told me she had made ‘Seagull Plop’ for dinner, this made me curious so I asked for some ….turned out to be my first ever taste of Baked Alaska…AMAZING!!!

  21. The most yummy thing I have ever eaten was a batch of chocolate brownies that I baked for my dad’s birthday.

    Haven’t been able to make them that good since.

  22. Angela Anslow says:

    Goat’s cheese salad with pine nuts and drizzled with honey xxx

  23. Nathalie Taylor says:

    It has to be strawberry pavlova – Yummy :)
    Following on Twitter @nathalietaylor7
    Following by Google + as Nathalie Taylor
    xxx

  24. andrea miles says:

    goats cheese & walnut ravioli

  25. chickenrappedinbaconwith,cheese ,tomatopuree and garlic ,stuffed in the chicken.

  26. yvette ross says:

    garlicmushrooms on toast

  27. marmite fingers

  28. K. Sazanavets says:

    Shrimp Tacos in America.

  29. K. Sazanavets says:

    Followed on Twitter – @CakeySaz

  30. Jerk Chicken with peas, Coconut rice and fried plantain.

  31. Steven boyle says:

    a banana split. best thing in the world

  32. Red velvet cupcakes

  33. Stephanie Tsang says:

    Profiteroles filled with baileys custard and cream.

  34. elaine robinson says:

    a nice steak with salad.

  35. I love a nice cheese and pickle Sarnie!

  36. My Mum’s pirozhki are heavenly. Every time she comes to visit, I ask her to make them.

  37. Nicest thing I’ve ever tasted was a lamb and apricot tagine in Morocco – will never forget how succulent the lamb was and the flavours of the spices – my mouth is watering at the thought of it!

  38. Emma Howard says:

    Mine was a steak at a restaurant in South Africa – perfectly cooked

  39. We went out to a really posh restaurant and I had the most amazing lemon sole!

  40. James Holyland says:

    Red grapes from Tescos

  41. seabass from a seafood resteraunt on holiday in jersey

  42. Yvonne Crook says:

    A chocolate and orange bread and butter pudding made with croissants at a local restaurant

  43. Melt in the middle chocolate fondants!

  44. Eleanor Powell says:

    A thick crust of fresh warm bread spread thickly with real butter !

  45. My Grannies home made Millionaires Shortbread – so yummy! :) @pipersky1

  46. Following in Google+ :)

  47. Following on twitter @pipersky1 :)

  48. margaret scott says:

    Perfectly cooked Beef Wellington.

  49. Claire Barker says:

    A multi layered chocolate and coffee cake!

  50. Valerie Hartley says:

    After an operation,the yummiest thing wasa bowl of soup.

  51. Janine Atkin says:

    hot cookie dough with a blob of ice cream on top. heaven

  52. Baked avocaco with crab & prawns in a blue cheese sauce…at a Spanish restaurant recently…in sunny Worthing.

  53. Meatloaf that my Mum makes, i can’t make mine taste as good!

  54. Phyllis Ellett says:

    A Wagu steak, best ever piece of beef I have ever tasted, Too expensive for me to buy though

  55. Lindsey Jones says:

    Peanut butter and cookie crumble twix, it was like heaven.

  56. Samantha Atherton says:

    I had some pork chops when i was in st lucia many years ago, i don’t know what they had done to them but they tasted amazing.

  57. Hayley Todd says:

    Homemade Devil’s Food Cake served with clotted cream and ice-cream! It was dessert at my god-daughter’s Christening. I had never tried it before, not being much of a chocolate or cake fan, but oh, my goodness the whole thing was simply stunning! In fact, my mouth is watering just thinking about it….

  58. Hayley Todd says:

    I follow you on Google+

  59. Hayley Todd says:

    I follow you on Twitter as @solarsangel

  60. love rasberries from my garden

  61. when i was little my mum used to give me vanilla ice cream with the most heavenly home made chocolate sauce from a recipe from her dairy diary!! Nothing had come close since!!!

  62. claire griffiths says:

    strawberries and cream :) x

  63. my Nan used to make her own coconut ice and i must say it really is the most delicious thing i`ve ever eaten x

  64. Heather Shaw says:

    The yummiest thing I have ever eaten must be white fudge covered pretzels ! They are amazing and i can eat a share size bag all by myself

  65. Maria Jane Knight says:

    The yummiest thing i have ever eaten was a Spaghetti Bolognese in Greece. Words cannot describe the deliciousness!

  66. Kerry Brown says:

    my 3 year olds white chocolate brownies, i swear that boy can cook better than me

  67. EMMA AITKEN says:

    chicken in watercress sauce, it was amazing i had it over 15 years ago and when i think about it i can still taste it

  68. Janine Bailey says:

    Double chocolate cheesecake with clotted cream x

  69. Janine Bailey says:

    Following on G+

  70. Janine Bailey says:

    Following on twitter as @JanineBailey5

  71. antonia j richardson says:

    a full english in a cafe called wellingtons in deal kent

  72. Kerry Kilmister says:

    My mother in laws home made chocolate torte with honeycomb dusting on – mmm!

  73. The yummiest thing I have ever eaten was a steak in a marsala wine sauce in an Italian restaurant

  74. fiona sylva says:

    it’s called ‘masala potato’ , spicy garlicy green mixture in the middle, surrounded by mashed potato, then a soft batter ! mmmmm dessert was vegan pancakes with dark cherry sauce and divine vegan vanilla ice cream …yum yum

  75. Sarah Cooper says:

    Chill Con Carne with Nachos from Hucks in Center Parcs – food is amazing there!

  76. michelle dootson says:

    hot apple pie

  77. Carol Masterton says:

    So difficult to choose! I think the yummiest is my mum’s chilli. I was recently confined to bed for 3 weeks when I damaged my knee and my mum and dad came over at mealtimes with food! It was amazing – like I was living my entire childhood diet! Chilli is the best though, with branston pickle on top – yum :)

  78. Carol Masterton says:

    I’ve followed you on Facebook and Twitter :)

  79. Jason Worgan says:

    The best thing I have ever eaten has to be, a hot turkey and stuffing roll at Christmas from one of the food stands in the market place. It was so tasty and filled your body with warmth on the cold winter day.

  80. Angela Green says:

    Chocolate toothpaste from school. Yummmmmmmmm

  81. lisa wishart says:

    Roasted Vegetable and goats cheese tart, folowed by warm strawberry muffin and clotted cream…delicious after a really long walk :-)

  82. Sainsburys New York Cheesecake slice from their fresh bakery counter!!! Followed by Gu desserts a close second. :)

  83. My grandmas home made stew and dumplings I do miss her cooking, luckily she is still with us but unable to cook as she is old and now lives in a nursing home.

  84. I am following you on twitter @tigerfanjane

  85. Kirsty Elliott says:

    Banoffee cheesecake

  86. Summer Rowley says:

    The best thing I have ever eaten is Malteaser cake! I couldnt believe how nice it was. Drizzled chocolate onto a bed of malteasers then cooled in the fridge. It is so nice, so sugary and yet not sickly at all! I could eat so much of it!

  87. Lesley Gould says:

    My mums lemon tart that she makes for pretty much every family get together

  88. Becky Downey says:

    profiterole cake

  89. Becky Downey says:

    following on twitter

  90. Stacey Guilliatt says:

    Duck with braised red cabbage and orange sauce at a hotel in Windsor, yummy!

  91. helen rosbotham says:

    Lamb Shanks at Delia Smiths restaurant thye melted like butter!

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