Garden Super Hero Tales (Volume 1) already enjoyed positive reviews and accolades in the media. Please refer to the following links to read what journalists and bloggers have to say about the first volume in the series:
Interview with Mihaela Lica Butler of “Garden Super Hero Tales”, via Friends Eat:
Mihaela Lica Butler is the genius behind the fun and playful children’s cookbook, “Garden Super Hero Tales.”
Turn Your Kids Into Healthy Cooks With ‘Garden Super Hero Tales’ by Laurie Drukier, Epoch Times:
We assembled the ingredients and followed the clear, straightforward instructions. While waiting for the potatoes to boil, my son read the other stories in the book, sharing facts he found interesting and parts of stories he found amusing: neither of us knew zucchini are considered fruit, and I was just as amused as he was about carrots fighting their enemies in the dark because of their superlative night vision.
Garden Super Hero Tales Encourages Healthy Eating in Children, via Augustus Collection:
A new book, by Mihaela Lica Butler, “Garden Super Hero Tales“, encourages children to learn more about various healthy vegetables, and offers easy family recipes that can be cooked together by parents and children. Kids can do the easy chores: washing the vegetables; making a dressing for a salad; snipping herbs with kitchen scissors; and even prepare some easy meals from the beginning till the end.
Garden Super Hero Tales: A new cookbook that unlocks super powers, via Brian Solis
The series casts Paul as the hero where readers join him in the exploration of worldly foods. Together, we learn about the super powers of each and how to become a hero by unlocking their secrets through healthy cooking.
Healthy lifestyles, and especially educating our young ones accordingly, this is something of focus ladies and gentlemen from the First Lady to the creator of heroic veggies Mihaela Lica Butler should be concerned about. Let me quote from an accolade already visible at Amazon, one by a teacher. Leslie E. Merry writes: “I think this would be a tremendous resource for both parents and teachers seeking to teach healthy eating habits and an appreciation of vegetables to children from preschool age right through elementary school level…”
20+ Time-Saving Cooking Tips from Chefs and Food Experts, via Lifehacker:
Saute vegetables before adding stock or water. Mihaela Lica Butler, author of Garden Super Hero Tales, offers this tip for making soup.
Five Books That Help Get Kids to Eat Their Greens, via Viral Mom:
Garden Super Hero Tales is designed for children aged 3 to 12. It offers 27 vegan and vegetarian recipes, food pictures, 20 coloring pages, and 10 children’s stories, that have as their main heroes 10 different vegetables. All stories include information about the nutritional and health benefits of the vegetables featured, information equally interesting for parents, as it is for children.
Find Mihaela’s recipes featured on:
Swiss Diamond Cookware & Kitchenware: Cream Of Root Parsley Soup With Steamed Peas
The Daily Meal: Baklazhannaia Ikra, the “Poor Man’s Caviar” Recipe
Sheknows.com: Vegan comfort food