'I don't like it,' she said firmly. 'It's got bits in.'
How do you know you don't like it,' asked Twig, through a mouthful of pie, 'if you don't try it?'
'I just know,' said Bramble. 'I know I don't like it. I know that I only like berries.'
Bramble is the burrow's bravest little mole, but she is also the fussiest. In this fun-filled story, Bramble's family finds a way to help her explore new foods.
'The combination of Amber Stewart's words and Layn Marlow's attractive illustrations of the countryside make this a particularly charming picture book for the very young.' - Caroline Franklin, Newbury Weekly News
'As a parent, I find it so frustrating when my daughter will not even try new food. When I shared this book with her, she could recognise herself in Bramble ...The illustrations are very appealing and make a great contribution to our overall enjoyment of the story as well as showing what an adorable little character Bramble is.' - Jo Heffer, the Bookbag
'This endearing story is one both parents and children will easily relate to, who doesn't know a fussy eater? A delightful book, perfectly timed for reading in long summer evenings, or for taking along on a picnic! The gorgeous summery illustrations will really help to bring the story to life'. - Jbookloversanon