What if Fruits Were Animals? by Kate Wengier

Fri 15 December 2017

Imagine if fruits were animals... cheeky monkey cherries swinging through the trees or oranges with tiger stripes prowling through the jungle. Kate Wengier is a family dietition and nutritionist who wrote the book with her four children: Elijah, Oliver, Ari and Lily. Go to Foost to buy your own copy of the book, illustrated by Marina Veselinovic.

Read by Travis Nippard. Sound design by Max Gosford.

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