Full Mouse, Empty Mouse: A Tale of Food and Feelings
For individuals in the U.S. & U.S. territories
- iParenting Media Award Winner!
- Moonbeam Children's Book Award for Childhood Wellness (Gold)
Full Mouse, Empty Mouse is not only great children's literature, it is everything an effective prevention tool aspires to be: creative, appealing, engaging, and developmentally appropriate, filled with critical and corrective messages for children and the adults who read with them.
—Margo Maine, PhD, author of Body Wars: Making Peace with Women's Bodies
In language kids understand (and adults need to hear), Full Mouse, Empty Mouse cuts to the heart of child body-image issues and points the way to healthy, happy self-image. A treat to read for any age.
—Joe Kelly, president of Dads & Daughters, author of Dads and Daughters: How to Inspire, Understand, and Support Your Daughter When She's Growing Up So Fast
Full Mouse, Empty Mouse provides a wonderful way to open the door for conversations about food and feelings that could lead to greater health and happiness for readers of all ages.
—Holly Hoff, Director of Programs, National Eating Disorders Association
This book is a wonderful way to show children how easy it is to hide your feelings and replace them with food…The book also offers helpful hints to parents about talking to their kids about healthy eating habits. There is a list of resources for parents whose children suffer from eating disorders. Full Mouse, Empty Mouse is a good reminder that, "Food is not as simple as we think."