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Rebecca Talley

Grasshopper Pie

Have you wondered what happens when imaginative siblings start cooking imaginary food? Watch and see as the mother-daughter team of Rebecca and Angela Talley tell the adventures of Logan and Madolyn—two enterprising young children who whip up gastronomical delights for their mother, and then top them off with their pi éce de r ésistance: Grasshopper Pie!
Reviews
Grasshopper Pie is a humorous picture book by Rebecca and Angela Talley about imagination and the dangers of taking ideas too literally. A mother dreams up and talks about unique dishes such as “grasshopper pie” to her children, yet her young boy and girl decide to surprise her with a “pie” that has not-so-imaginary ingredients! A funny story, nicely illustrated with simple yet charming color drawings, Grasshopper Pie is a welcome addition to school and community library and especially recommended for young readers ages 4 to 6. –Midwest Book Review

Parents watch out: this book encourages your children to use their imagination! A tale about two young children whose mother is busy cleaning the house and how she tries to keep them busy making imaginary meals for her. But what will happen when she asks them for her favorite dessert—grasshopper pie? Your shildren will love this funny and endearing story by a mother and daughter writing team. Ages 4–8. –Parents and Kids Magazine

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