Imaginative and fun, The Worst Breakfast is perfect for any picky eater out there. A rhyming scheme and inventive text kept up the giggles and the pace. The text is best read aloud going along with all of the suggestions, with emphasis placed on capitalized words and pauses between syllables when they are spaced out. The illustrations are very different than what you typically see in children’s books; they are bright and fun, but edgier and begged to be looked at deeper. You can spend time on each page trying to find each food and a series of silly little monsters. I do wish that the one page that is just filled with text was spaced out a bit and had pictures to it, as it was difficult for me to get through with the pace that it deserved and all the foods listed there would have made an awesome illustration. Overall, an inventive and lighthearted children’s book, best for ages 5-8. Oh, and I definitely agree that juice with pulp is awful.
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.