The Tale of Kale

$10.00

This listing is for an instant digital download of The Tale of Kale ebook, or you can click here to order a hardcopy from Amazon here.

The Tale of Kale is a based on a real story and a real kid, but is meant to be a colourful and happy way to encourage good eating habits, and develop excitement for trying new things. This children’s picture book is for every parent who wants to get their kids eating a bigger variety of ingredients and meals.

The Tale of Kale, by Lisa Borden. Andy does not like kale. “No! I don’t like that!” Andy will not eat kale salad, kale and apple juice, crispy kale, white bean and kale soup or kale pizza. But, one day, Andy’s mom buys a bag of kale chips from their favourite farmers’ market, and Andy, loving chips, asks to have some of them. Andy discovers how great they are, and from then on, opens his mind and mouth every time kale is served, in any way. Parents will identify with the challenge of feeding kids healthier choices, in varied forms. Educators will love the lesson of trying new things and having an open mind. Best of all, young readers will celebrate Andy’s stubborn will, mischievous grin, and, maybe, his love of kale.

About the Author. Lisa Borden loves eating kale – sautéed, steamed, dehydrated, juiced, baked, in smoothies or straight from her own organic urban garden. In addition to writing and self-publishing her first children’s book, The Tale of Kale, Lisa is mom to Andy, Joey, and Ryan, is married to her summer camp sweetheart, and is the proud owner of Borden Communications, a highly passionate, hyper-focused, common-sense business development + marketing firm in Toronto that she started in 1994. As a founding Canadian B Corp, Lisa and her small team specialize in business development and marketing communications for leading and start-up conscious brands, and personalities, and use transparent strategies for greenwash-free brand management and socially responsible messaging with proven success. Learn more about Lisa’s work (and life) via bordencom.com.