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- Young Children (7-11 yrs old)
- Juvenile Fiction, Social Issues, Friendship
- Juvenile Fiction, Health & Daily Living
- Juvenile Fiction, Action & Adventure
Food friends, French-E-Fry, Fast Food Land, Fun Food Land, Healthy food choices, Lessons in friendship, Mr. and Mrs. Marshmallow
There is always an invitation from Fun Food Friends to walk the colourful brick road of Ice Cream Street throughout Fun Food Land. Every day is a tasty one with yummy food smells, delicious flavours and a lot of sweetness.
However, there is a bad fry who’s come to town and he’s up to no good. Larry, a spoiled and rotten fry, is a trouble maker. He always ruins happy towns. His latest town to target is Fun Food Land.
Somehow Larry has joined the rest of the Fry Friends living under French-E-Fry’s hat. French-E-Fry owns the Poutine Café and enjoys cooking for everyone in Fun Food Land. He also loves the Fry Friends and they love him.
One by one though, Larry turns the Fry Friends bad, and this is poisoning French-E-Fry’s mind. Larry is creating new recipes that he plants into French-E-Fry’s head with many Fun Food Land characters as main ingredients!
One Bad Fry Spoils the Bunch is the first story of a series called A Fun Food Friends Adventure. There are more stories cooking. Triple Split, Fro-Yo and Icy Cube have an adventure thawing next!
Fun Food Friends is a lively and whimsical book that takes readers into the magical world of marshmallows and the sticky situations they get into! Children will love it.
- Amy Stuart, author of Still Mine
This is a great book, full of engaging illustrations and a story line that pulls in the reader as every day, ordinary foods suddenly become animated and full of personality. My feelings about French fries, hamburgers and ketchup will never be the same again!
- Robin Gregory, Ph.D., author of Popcorn Queen and Bubble Man Have a Leisurely Day
This book is a beautiful example of story-telling and visual arts that inspires and encourages us to share the joy of reading and creating together.
- Erin Knudsen, Ph.D., School Psychologist
Such a unique and charming book. Angela Joelle’s wondrously simple drawings bring the book’s fantasy food characters to life as true kids’-world- imaginings. This story can’t help but enchant every child who uses his or her sense of magic to bring things to life and then makes adventures for their marshmallows, cupcakes and burgers.
- Art Perry, Associate Professor Critical & Cultural Studies Emily Carr University
Angela is a visual artist living in Vancouver, Canada. This is her first book in a future series of children’s publications, which she has written and illustrated, with the help of her niece, Brynna Beaupre. She is a lover of the very, very small, and of course, the very tall.
Brynna has been drawing since she was four and was nine when she began collaborating on the Fun Food Friends series with Angela. Her favourite colour is yellow, she likes bumblebees and is a tough mid-fielder on the soccer field.
The two of them join forces to create, write and illustrate new Fun Food Friends Adventures every year at a remote lake in northern Saskatchewan, Canada.
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