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Green Smoothie Magic Hardcover – 10 Oct 2013

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
video review by Zoe Frances Beauregard age 6 19 April 2012
By Oona Johanna Meade - Published on
Format: Hardcover

Last night I read Green Smoothie Magic to My 6 year old beautiful Zoe and her amazing almost 5 year old sister Nellie Lucille... Big sister Stella Rae was reading her own book in the loft space we have, but would pull away to interject her knowledge of trees. Throughout the night Zoe and Nellie both developed coughs and when they woke up in the morning they wanted to care for their bodies by drinking green smoothies. As a mother and someone whom is health oriented I have been drinking green smoothies daily for almost 5 years now, nothing is more sweet than watching your children take on the healthy habits you model as a parent. This book is a sweet addition to our lives, Thank you Victoria!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Information in Story Form 7 Aug. 2012
By Train Up the Child - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Green Smoothie Magic is written in first person and the story is told by a six year old boy named Nic. He tells us about his family and about the day his dad told him about trees. By the end of the story his family is beginning to drink green smoothies because of what he learned about plants. This book is a very good example of giving a child information in a format that he enjoys.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A great introduction to greens for kids! 6 May 2012
By Chelsea Johnston M.Ed. - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Victoria has done it again! My kids and I were moved by this book to try a green smoothie recipe offered in the back. If you want to inspire kids to be curious about the power of eating greens, this is the book for you! Victoria Boutenko and her children have a series of books that would inspire adults and children of all ages to use green smoothies to feel as vital and strong as a mighty oak tree! The illustrations are beautifully done too!
every American child is exposed to bad advertisement 12 hours a week" 9 Jan. 2015
By Irina - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I have nothing against green smoothies but Victoria Boutenko is a liar and a person with no conscience. She claims that she teachers at Southern Oregon University on her Russian website ( and that is not truth. Victoria gave deeply anti-American untruthful interview to a Russian journalist where she described the life in the USA. I don't know how much she was paid for that interview but it appears that she would say anything in order to be paid. "Americans live in toxic houses", "doctors are paid 30% commission for the drugs they prescribe and that is totally legal in the USA", "highly educated people can't find jobs and they have to work as waitresses or at Costco", "Americans drive old cars", "students don't study hard, they just drink and use narcotics", "tub water in the USA contains medications", "many people in the USA wear second hand clothes", "they (Americans) don't have money to travel", "they are illiterate", "according to statistics, every fourth American reads by syllables", "according to statistics, every American child is exposed to bad advertisement 12 hours a week", "100,000 American girls are sex slaves", "a person was arrested and brought to jail because he collected rain water on his property but that water belongs to state, he was deprived of food and water in jail", "everybody have guns", "Russian people are more educated than Americans", etc. She's heard that "special chips are added to medications so the doctors know whether their patients took them and it is done without patients' permissions". I was outraged when a reporter said that he's heard that America is a police state, there are less and less rights and freedoms and whether she can confirm it. Victoria replies: "yes, it's true, it is so much true that I even afraid to talk about it". Victoria says that the library in her town is only open for 3 hours on Saturdays and it's for all 20,000 people including kids and elderly. I checked the website, it's not true, Ashland's library is open 6 days a week. I wish I had time to translate all this nonsense she was saying about this beautiful country. Victoria is presenting herself very confidently, is speaking about all Americans and is referring to the Americans as "they" (I am positive that she's got her American citizenship by now). This 1.5 hrs. interview was broadcasted on Russian TV and the video is extremely popular among Russians now. You can watch this interview here: To conclude, I would not trust Victoria Boutenko and I would not recommend to buy her books.
Absolutely useless and unreadable on a kindle 11 Dec. 2013
By S. Gray - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
This book is absolutely useless on a kindle because the text is part of the pictures and so the writing is so small you can't even read it with a microscope.
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