It's Time To Eat: A Children's Picture Book for Early/Beginner Readers, Children's book, Picture Book, Bedtime Story, kids book collection, Education, Funny Humor ebook By Helen H. Wu is Kindle Helen H Wu, was born and raised in Hefei, China Helen took private lessons and studied drawing for than ten years beginning at age six She attended Renmin University of China, majoring in Public Management, after that she came to the United States to study Applied Economics During her school days Helen traveled to many places in Asia, Europe and North America These journeys exposed her to various cultures and arts, while providing inspiration for her artistic creativity Helen s love of art is deep rooted She taught herself graphic design and after graduation she opened her own art studio Helen started to illustrate children s books in 2011 Currently she is a freelance artist living in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband and a lab pup I m a graphic designer, children s book illustrator and writer Art is a world that I can escape into that is dreamy, expansive, expressive, and timeless I enjoy exploring various art mediums which includes acrylics pen and ink pencil digital and mixed media My artworks are inspired by the unique elements of everyday life, my Labrador pup Bear, the amazing people I meet, nature itself, novels I read, movies I watch and music I listen to Helen H WuSee about Helen s artworks helenhwuetsy shop HelenArtsSt. It s time to eat but that doesn t mean that Marcus Monkey s ready to eat In this delightfully illustrated and written book Helen brings back our monkey family we are growing to love This time Helen artfully depicted the meal time struggles of so many families.. A viral Books It's Time To Eat: A Children's Picture Book for Early/Beginner Readers, Children's book, Picture Book, Bedtime Story, kids book collection, Education, Funny Humor ebook Lovingly illustrated, It’s Time to Eat is the second of Helen H. Wu delightful stories about a monkey family and the relationship between mother monkey and her child, a relationship that reflects moments in your own home. Monkey child is loving but on the other hand, eager to show his own mind. “I’m not hungry; I want to play!” He escapes his lunch, and heads over to his animal friends, each one of whom refuses to play with him because they are busy eating their own food. “Look at this big juicy acorn I found right under this tree. I can’t wait to sink my teeth into it, says the squirrel. “What a treat for luck. Here, tie a bite.” I truly enjoyed this book, starting with the cover. The closeness between mother and child, and the fact that the O in the title contains a clock, and the letters in the word ‘Eat’ contain a slice of watermelon, a kiwi fruit, and an orange, associating the words with their meaning.Not only word association but counting numbers of objects is strengthened here: “One guava, Two Bananas, Three Cherris, Four grapes, Five pecans, Six raisins.”Five stars.