LIVING WITH BLINDNESS AND BALANCE

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This is Not my Lunchbox!

By Jenn Dupuis

An imaginative and educational journey for young children

A bit about Jenn

Live Like You Mean It

Children’s author, philanthropist, and passionate advocate for education and inclusivity. Jen Dupuis ignites young imaginations with enchanting tales. Through the power of her words, Jen is thrilled to be transporting readers, while still making an impact in the communities she serves. From spearheading the development of a local playground to establishing a Christian music and movement group, Jen is continuously taking on new projects to improve the lives of others in meaningful ways. A loving mother and avid fisherwoman, she cherishes family adventures and new experiences. Jen is excited to create a space where inspiration and enchantment await as an author who deeply cares for the individuals who choose to join her journey.

What they say about my book ?

"A whimsical read that highlights 'nature’s' assorted lunchboxes and connects them to the animals, birds, rodents, and amphibians that consume them. My kids giggled and grossed out over some of the interesting food choices of the praying mantis, downy woodpecker, and others. This is a fun book to peruse in a tent, on a hike, picnic, or anywhere outside. In fact, my three explorers now point out lunch items for our local wildlife during our family hikes!."

    Joan Murray
    Joan Murray

    “My reactions and facial expressions kept changing while reading this story. At the beginning I felt a calm and peaceful feeling with the camping description and then it went to ohhh yuk with the lunchbox content description and then oh yes of course with the revelation of who's meal it was. I kept trying to figure out each one. My 6 year old grandson and 8 year old granddaughter will love this book. It is both fun and informative. I can't wait to buy it.”

      Jan Mills
      Jan Mills

      “Such a fun read! Sensationally silly. Delightfully different. The alliteration in this book positively poetic. Okay- I'm done! Just a joy to read. As a mother of 4 I have read many children's books and this one stands out. The word play is fantastic as is the education you don't even know you're getting.... spongy spiders and gnarly nuts indeed! You have to respect an author's ability to paint such a clear and colorful picture of a forest world that just draws you in. Enchantingly engaging from beginning to end. Definitely worth the read.”

        Rebecca Meehan
        Rebecca Meehan