I had a fantastic time appearing on stage at the wonderful Beatroot Liverpool event. The regular night, which celebrates health, wellness and great live music, is always enjoyable. I've been in the audience many times to watch the likes of Jason Vale - the Juice Master and James Colquhoun of Food Matters share their stories, so I was honoured to be asked to follow in their footsteps!
Big thanks to Little Scribbles for this lovely review of The Girl Who Could See Stories.
'The book is a gentle tale about being mindful about what we eat, thinking about the stories behind the food on our plate. Whilst Gill is passionate about being Vegan, her writing eloquently portrays her views on food, rather than preaching that a vegan diet is best, which is how I have found some other vegan books for children.'
'I read this book with my 3 year old and we had a long conversation about different diets people have and where the food we eat comes from.'
Read the full review of The Girl Who Could See Stories by Little Scribbles.
Big thanks to Naomi of Bebopsbooks for this lovely review of The Girl Who Could See Stories.
'The story itself is very unique, we haven’t read anything like it.'
'Sofiel notices a sadness in her beefburger. It is very emotive but gently approaches the concepts of plant based diets and taking care of our planet, which is quite a tricky thing to achieve...We also liked that when Sofiel ate ‘happy’ foods, she began to feel happy herself.'
Read the full review of The Girl Who Could See Stories on bebopsbooks.com.
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