New Review of my Children’s Picture Book, Ants on a Log



A great book about Jack the Rabbit who won’t eat vegetables until he eats Ants on a Log at school and finds it delicious. Gradually his mother persuades him that vegetables can be tasty.  Do you have a child that isn’t in to vegetables?  Maybe this little book can help.

This book is charming and engaging with parent and children alike being able to relate.  It just might be the spark to encourage to kids or grandkids to eat and enjoy celery.

Inspired by the author’s son, Jeff, who refused to eat his greens and a little boy.  Seems Jeff and Jack the Rabbit have a bit of something in common….they both are vegetarians now!

About the author:  ”Traveling extensively throughout the world including countries in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, South America and Asia, I have taken many photographs that I use in my art work and books.  These travels have given me a broader understanding of the world and other cultures and have been an inspiration for many of my children’s stories.  Other story ideas come from my contact with children, who are a never ending source of delight.”

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About berylreichenberg

I am a storyteller. Writing and illustrating books for children, I have published over 35 titles. Three of my books, "Ants on a Log", "Camouflage", and "The Mysterious Case of the Missing Birthday Cake" have been published by a traditional publisher, Oak Tree Press. These are available from Oak Tree and Amazon as well as other outlets. The others are published by and can be seen on their website. Some of my stories are in prose and some in verse. All are designed for small children and young school children. My fiction stories are designed to delight these children and help them learn about themselves and the world around them. I also have a number of nonfiction books about animals, the natural world, and other cultures. I illustrate my stories with drawings and photographs. I hold a Master's Degree from UCLA and have taught school in California. I hope that young children and their adult companions will enjoy reading my books as much as I enjoy writing them.

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