Geraldo the Giraffe taught Robin the very important lesson of healthy eating. He told him his story about how he one day grew bored of eating leaves and sticks, and decided to give human food a go! But eating so many burgers, pizzas and cakes and not exercising enough made Geraldo very overweight and nearly topple over! Read Geraldo's story and find out how he put it all rGeraldo the Giraffe taught Robin the very important lesson of healthy eating. He told him his story about how he one day grew bored of eating leaves and sticks, and decided to give human food a go! But eating so many burgers, pizzas and cakes and not exercising enough made Geraldo very overweight and nearly topple over! Read Geraldo's story and find out how he put it all right! Geraldo the Giraffe is one part of the lovely series, The Diaries of Robin's Toys! Robin and his Grandad buy a new toy from the car boot sale every weekend, and with the help of Grandad's magic spell, they bring them to life! Each toy has a fascinating new story to tell Robin, and helps to teach him some very important life lessons!...
|Title||:||Geraldo the Giraffe (The Diaries of Robin's Toys)|
|Number of Pages||:||96 Pages|
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Geraldo the Giraffe (The Diaries of Robin's Toys) Reviews
Geraldo is a gourmet giraffe, struggling with the idea of having a long neck. It takes a lot of time for the food to get to his stomach, so he’s constantly hungry. When he tries out all sorts of recipes, he gets awfully sick. The only option left for Geraldo is to lead a healthier life based on regular exercise and nutritious meals. Robin uses the same program for a girl, Caroline, who is used to eating only sweets and junk food. She soon becomes a healthy girl with a happy lifestyle.
Provide your kids a delicate insight into the benefits of being in good physical shape with Geraldo the Giraffe who will be charmed by this humorous tale of an awfully ravenous giraffe fed up of eating foliage, made worse by its dreadfully stretched décolletage meaning it takes without end for the victuals to find to his tummy and in the course be enthused to improve their consumption routine and go out and play a little more. So with the aid of a cuisine volume, he learns how to cook. Being the famished giraffe he is, he eats far too a lot and is incapable to rise up on his legs. After a lot counsel along with direction from a zoo warden and a lot of ridicule from the other giraffes, he manages to be in charge of his credence and gobble wisely devoid of having to miss out an appetizing food! This narrative is extremely high-spirited and is certain to snatch the kids’ consideration.
Each of Robins toys has a story to tell. Geraldo the giraffes story is on the topic of obesity. Grandad "casts A magic spell" to enable robin and himself to hear Geraldo's story. Geraldo begins by giving general information about giraffes then leading into the importance of food for giraffes and what happens when you over eat. Through easy to understand language and illustrations, children of ages 6+ will be able to read and understand the subliminal message in an enjoyable way whilst expanding their knowledge and tackling some harder to read words.I received this book through good reads first reads program.
"I had learned a valuable lesson and never wanted to eat so much again"I'm glad to say that I win a copy of this book with Goodreads First Read. I mean, I've never imagined to be so lucky! Wow :)Well, 'Giraldo the Giraffe' is a great children book. Yes, it is funny, smiley but it is also really instructive and that's important! The book tells a story about bullism and weight problems. Will Robin, his grandad and Giraldo help Caroline, a classmate of Robin?Thank to Ken and Angie Lake for this great lesson!Ps: While you were reading, you probably noticed my terrible grammar! D: Aargh, I' m sorry!All these English books will help me to improve my knowledge ;)
I read the Kindle version of Geraldo the Giraffe with my eight year old granddaughter. What a wonderful book, that uses toys to teach children important lessions in life. Geraldo the Giraffe was about learning to eat healthy and about bullying. It showed how kindness to an individual who is just different can change both your life and their life for the better. I would recommend this book to any parent or grandparent to read to a child or with that child. It will enrich both their lives.
I received a free copy of this book through goodreads first reads.This is a great book for younger school aged children. It has a great message about bullying, friendship and being healthy. A book I will be getting my daughter to read when she gets a little bit older. Interested to see what the rest of Robin's Toys have to say.
Very educational and at the same time very enjoyable children book.
My 8 year old daughter loves this book.