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A Fun Food Friends Adventure

4.36  ·  Rating details ·  11 ratings  ·  5 reviews
There is always an invitation from Fun Food Friends to walk the colourful brick road of Ice Cream Street throughout Fun Food Land. Every day is a tasty one with yummy food smells, delicious flavours and a lot of sweetness.

However, there is a bad fry who's come to town and he's up to no good. Larry, a spoiled and rotten fry, is a trouble maker. He always ruins happy towns.
Published January 30th 2017 by FriesenPress
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Phyllis Schwartz
Aug 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A Fun Food Friends Adventure is a good-guys /bad-guys conflict in the land of food with dynamic illustrations. Mr and Mrs Marshmallow along with their friend Miss Cupcake encounter Larry the rotten potato who casts a bad mood on the happiness in Fun Food Land. The story becomes a tale about how to save the happiness of good food. Luckily, there is a remedy to run evil Larry out of town and order is restored. It's a fun adventure celebrating the joy of food.
Apr 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Very well illustrated kids book. A fun read for kids with a problem solving theme

Highly recommended
Jennie Mclaren
Sep 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This book will be fun for kids to read as they imagine these adventures being acted out by their food. I love that it is written by a collaboration between the author and a young person who would be in the target audience of the book.
Jul 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I like the artwork, and when I read it to my daughter she said it was "good". We enjoyed this loopy story.
Aug 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
A beautifully illustrated book, "One Bad Fry Spoils the Whole Bunch" is a whimsical and sweet story of anthropomorphized food get into adventures. While I'm not the target audience (I would guess 4-7), it was a charming tale warning of having negative (or evil) friends. I will never look at a french fry again - and luckily I have quit eating marshmallows :)
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I am visual artist, illustrator and children's book author living in Vancouver, Canada. A Fun Food Friends Adventure is the first book in a future series of children’s publications, which I have written and illustrated, with the help of my niece, Brynna. I am a lover of the very, very small, and of course, the very tall.

Brynna has been drawing since she was four and was nine when she began collab