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4.14 of 5 stars 4.14  ·  rating details  ·  7 ratings  ·  6 reviews

How many cookies can one little girl eat before something strange begins to happen?
Once there was a very happy little girl who loved
cookies. She loved them so much that she wouldn't
eat anything but cookies-cookies for breakfast,
cookies for lunch, cookies for dinner. (Need we
even mention dessert?) Her parents tried
everything they could think of to get her to eat
the r
20 pages
Published March 17th 2009 by Outskirts Press (first published 2009)
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Feb 08, 2014 T.C. rated it 4 of 5 stars
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Christine (booktumbling)
Cookie by Lisa Woomer is a cute children’s book written as an inspiration for children to eat healthier. Catherine Isabella Marie Jenkins loves cookies (which is why everyone calls her Cookie). She eats them for breakfast, lunch, dinner and yes, dessert! Her parents have made many attempts to persuade her to eat other tasty dishes such as broccoli, spaghetti and fish (trying to disguise the broccoli with pink frosting and purple sprinkles). They warned Cookie that she would turn into a cookie bu ...more
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Sandra Stiles
Cookie, whose real name is Catherine Isabella Marie Jenkins likes cookies. She won’t eat anything but cookies. She eats them for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Her parents try to get her to eat food by disguising it, but she refuses. Something happens to her to change her mind and make her decide cookies should be saved for dessert. I loved this book. The pictures were simple, the message was simple and not preachy. Any kid who reads this or has the book read to them will understand the ...more
Shannon McGee
One little girl loved to eat cookies. She ate them morning, noon and night. Her parents tried to get her to eat veggies and other healthy stuff, but the little girl did not want healthy foods, she just wanted cookies. She even ignores her mother's threat that eating too many cookies will turn her into one. Little did the girl know that she would one day change in a very different way.

Not a bad tale of a girl who does not eat healthy, which is a rapidly growing trend of all kids big and small. Th
Aug 29, 2009 Julie rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: parents of young children
Recommended to Julie by: Lisa Woomer
What happens when all you eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner is cookies? Why, you turn into a cookie of course!! Catherine ate so many cookies that her family and friends even started calling her "Cookie". What's the cure? Well, read this book and find out!

Recommended for children ages 2-7.
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