This is an update of my post from last week.
E-reader copies of French Kids Eat Everything are on sale for only $3.99 this week in Canada and the US!!!
In the US, the deal is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBookstore, and Kobo.
For Canadians, the book is available for e-readers on Kobo, Google, Sony, and Amazon/Kindle. (In case that Amazon/Kindle link doesn’t work, try this alternate link to Amazon/Kindle.)
7 thoughts on “French Kids Eat Everything (e-reader versions) on sale this week in Canada and the US….for only $3.99!”
Are you going to offer this for itunes? I missed this by a week…. I am ready a library copy but would love to have a copy on hand for the future! Great book, I am still in process of reading but looking forward to your description of changes. I am right now how you were a few years ago. My 3 year old twins say EEEE UUU at the first sight of something green.. Avocado, broccoli, etc… and my tactics of threat have not given me good results. My 5 year old is better but would like to extend her tasting and mine as well.
thanks from moms out there that want to make a difference but don’t know exactly how!
If you’re on the fence about whether to get this book, the chocolate mousse recipe it contains is worth the cost of the book 🙂 My kids loved it and now want me to make it instead of a cake for their birthdays. All the recipes in the book are very well written, and thanks to this book my 11 month old is trying and enjoying lots of unusual vegetables, cheeses, etc. Our 5 year old is also starting to eat more vegetables, I think as a result of our “bragging” on what a good eater her brother is. Thank you Ms. Le Billon!
Link now fixed – thanks for pointing it out!
Oops – sorry about that! Will try to fix it ASAP.
The link for Amazon takes me to the Kindle edition, but it states that it is not available. I am really interested in this book and this would be the way I would purchase it. Thanks for your time!
I HIGHLY recommend this book. We have 5 kids ages 11 months to 14 years and I started the summer with kids wanting food every 10 minutes, and I was getting nothing done besides being a short-order cook. There are many epiphanies in this book. It is common sense that a child who is actually hungry will eat better. Therefore let them get hungry. Also, that food should not be used as a reward or a pacifier. Otherwise, as an adult you will go to food for comfort. I loved how honest the author was in this book. It would be humbling to share some of the times we do things just to keep the kids quiet.
I could go on and on about how great this book is. It will make you re-think how you do things as a parent.