Monday Children’s Book Reviews for October 24, 2011

Did you know that October is National Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog Month? It’s also National Pizza Month, and National Cookie Month! So it looks like a good time to visit the animal shelter, and on the way home pick up some pizza – or pizza makings – then bake some cookies to end your day.

Rescuing Rover: Saving America’s Dogs by Raymond Bial    

“Nearly 75 million dogs live with American families, where many sleep in our beds, walk us to school, and eat our unwanted broccoli. However, millions of dogs are born in America each year without a place to live.”           [J636.0832 BIAL]

Guide Dog Heroes by Linda Bozzo    

 “Opens with a true story of a guide dog, and then it explains the history of guide dogs and the training methods used to transform an ordinary dog into a canine hero”      [J362.4183 BOZZO]

Cool Pizza to Make and Bake: Easy Recipes for Kids to Cook by Lisa Wagner   

“A collection of kid-tested recipes that will inspire young chefs to experiment with their own ideas includes basic cooking techniques, tools needed, and a visual review of ingredients so kids can quickly see what is needed to prepare each recipe.”         [J641.8248 WAGNER]

Nothing Beats a Pizza by Loris Lesynski    

“Nothing beats a pizza
when you’re in a pizza mood
because a pizza isn’t anything
like any other food.

“A collection of original poems embraces the wonders of language, rhythm, rhyme, and creativity by delving into a world of children that is filled with pizza, substitute teachers, homework, moods, food, and pets.”                            [J811.54 LESYNSKI]

Bake and Make Amazing Cookies by Elizabeth MacLeod

“A cookbook for children offers easy-to-make cookie recipes, including triple chocolate cookies, Halloween howlers, St. Patrick’s Day squares, icy shortbread, oatmeal dinos, and magic wands, that are perfect for any occasion.”                [J641.8654 MACLEOD]

 

 

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One response to “Monday Children’s Book Reviews for October 24, 2011

  1. Andrea Thomson Viner @ Iowa Dog Blog

    What a great post! I hope lots of kids check out the doggie books.

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