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A delightful book for picky little eaters.

Timmy refuses to eat his oatmeal. Mother tries to make his cereal look yummy, with no luck. See what she does with the oatmeal and how Timmy reacts.
Paperback, 46 pages
Published August 24th 2020 by ELK LAKE PUBLISHING, INC.
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Mary
Dec 19, 2020 rated it liked it
I received an ARC of this book through Reedsy in exchange for an honest review.

Sometimes, giving food a second chance makes all the difference. Timmy, an adventurous and inquisitive young boy, is served oatmeal every morning for breakfast. His mother, a quintessential ‘50s housewife, dutifully places a bowl in front of him each morning with a different topping every day. After picking off the toppings and eating only them, Timmy announces “I hate oatmeal!” and goes about his day. He receives oat
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Tonja Drecker
Nov 28, 2020 rated it really liked it
This one caught my eye thanks to the title combined with the wonderful crown...so true for some of those early, picky eaters!

Timmy will not...under any circumstances...eat his oatmeal. Mom goes to all lengths to add the extra something, which will make that oatmeal more enticing. Day after day, she does her best, but Timmy is not to be swayed. Then, she does something unexpected and his attitude might just change.

I know I was not an oatmeal fan when I was younger, so for me, Timmy was very easy
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Stanley Hutchings
Sep 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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This is a good book for young children. My granddaughters (6 and 8) loved it. I read it to the 6-year old (she read a little), but the 8-yr old read it herself. They are not very picky eaters but 6-year old hates raisins on oatmeal. Thinks the fruit might be yucky, but the honey and jam would be good. She loves oatmeal with honey and chocolate chips. My other granddaughter (8) loves oatmeal with raisins, dried cherries, and chocolate chips as a smiley face on top. Both like it made with milk, bu ...more
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