Lima's Red Hot Chilli

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by David Mills
illustrated by Derek Brazell
Take one little hungry girl, six different tempting foods and one shiny delicious red hot chilli. One big bite into the chilli results in a spectacular display of fireworks. Mom, dad, aunt and grandad all come to help but Lima's mouth is still too hot. Who can rescue her? "This story is particularly successful in the way it introduces children to a variety of different foods." Nursery World. Derek Brazell's artwork for this book was selected for the Best of British Illustration by the Association of Illustrators.


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  1. Crowd pleaser

    Posted by Padma on 14th Oct 2012

    An all time favourite starting with my kindergarten readers all the way to grade six. This book was always in circulation and ragged as ever bearing testimony to the popularity.
    The story with it's problem kindles thinking and solving Lima's burning mouth- with their own version of what to offer her - from papaya to popsicles! Fantastic visuals and great way to celebrate diversity and help with writing following a story circle.


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    You can't count on your elected oafciifls to do much. The best type of governance is self-governance. Be a good example: eat fruit and vegetables from organic farming, avoid eating meat (this includes chicken, fish, etc) and ditch the alcohol. Also, cut out all of those sugar-rich fizzy drinks I find it amazing that marketing companies have almost every teenager on the face of the planet drinking Red Bull (the Bull is short for bullshit) under the guise that they are energy drinks . Forget about the coffee, too. Fruit juice is the best if you have a juicer, try pineapple, rockmelon and kiwi fruit. It comes out all frothy, it's not too sweet and it tastes wonderful, plus it's nutritious and digested easily. Now THAT is a REAL energy drink!


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