‘Taste of China’ is a brand for kids with a healthy mindset

‘Taste of China’ is a brand for kids with a healthy mindset

TASTIE: A taste of China: a kids’ book about the health benefits of eating good food and taking care of yourself.

“When I was growing up, there was a lot of emphasis on ‘how to eat well’ and eating the right foods,” said Sarah Molloy, a senior editor at Next Big Futures.

“I think the book really addresses that with a really healthy mindset.”

The book focuses on healthy eating and eating less sugar, which Molloys says is the key to living a healthy lifestyle.

The book was inspired by a conversation she had with a friend who was a big fan of the health-conscious children’s book Tastie by Jane Goldman, which she says was the inspiration for the book.

“Jane Goldman really created a great foundation for children to understand how to eat healthy and what not to eat,” Molloya said.

This was an opportunity to take a very different perspective on a child who was starting to eat healthier and being healthier, she said.

“And that’s what Tastee really is.”

Molloy said the book is a way to encourage kids to think about healthy eating with the goal of keeping them healthy and living a healthier life.

“I think it’s really important for kids to get out there and start thinking about healthy food,” Mollsoy said. 

“I feel like Tasties book has a really positive message to kids and encourages them to be active.

They’re also told they should take care of their body and to make sure their skin is as healthy as possible.

They’re also shown how to avoid the foods that are unhealthy and to be able to make healthy choices when it comes to their eating habits.”

For Mollozies, she wants the book to be a great tool for kids as they navigate the growing pains of growing up.

She said the kids in the book are encouraged to talk about health, eating healthy and the importance of being active.

As for her favorite part of the book?

“The illustrations are just beautiful,” Molly said.

“It was really fun to get to draw and make the kids happy.”

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