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Win a copy of ‘The Lunch Line Fight: Looking at Different Perspectives’ by Tosca Killoran and Jeff Hoffart

“It was a regular Tuesday at school. Mark and Sarah were in line for lunch. There were only a few options, so Mark was thinking of getting a burger, and Sarah was thinking of getting fries.”…

Posted : 2 December 2014

This is the opening of The Lunch Line Fight: Looking at Different Perspectives, by Tosca Killoran and Jeff Hoffart, part of a series of 10 paperback books with a focus on citizenship, mindfulness, empathy, character and social-emotional skills, presented in story book format.

The story follows two friends queuing for their school lunch, not understanding the reasons for each other’s food choices and starting a journey of discovery.

“The authors have created a story that opens up and deals with the very real issues of food prejudice in today’s society as well as the disturbing food culture that has been inflicted on our youth”, said Jennifer Schell, food & wine writer/columnist. “The taboo of discussing ‘strange’cultural and the – now more than ever – different world of dietary issues, both personal and medicinal, is addressed in a casual, fun and inspiring story involving two friends. This book will provide a much-needed influence on our children’s right and ability to become active in creating good nutritional food for their genre.”

The Lunch Line Fight is is aimed at children, and is ideal for students aged 7-12.  It is perfect for schools considering Meat Free Monday or already supporting the campaign. Find out more here.

Meat Free Monday is pleased to be giving away five eBook versions of The Lunch Line Fight: Looking at Different Perspectives. For your chance to win one, simply complete the form below. The prize draw closes at midnight (GMT) on Friday 12 December.

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