Julie Sternberg, formerly a public-interest lawyer, is a graduate of the New School's MFA program in writing for children. This is her first novel. She lives in Brooklyn. Matthew Cordell is the illustrator of Trouble Gum. He lives in Chicago.
She has checked this book out three times from the library.
Julie Sternberg's Like Pickle Juice on a Cookie is a profoundly bittersweet story about the relationship between a young girl, Eleanor, and her babysitter, Bibi.
There are illustrations on most of the pages so it is a nice graduation from picture books to a chapter book.
Very cute story.. My 7 year old loved it as her book club read.Published 12 days ago by Raquel S. Sellan
I am 8, and this book was too easy and short. I like long books. Well, it just wasn't exciting.Published 3 months ago by Amy
I am reading this to my class right now and I really like it. The chapters are really short and it is something they can relate to. The book has some mini pictures in it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Linzer
This book is so good to me because I've went through having my first babysitter move away and I recommend it to everyone else who has gone through that as well. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Pickle
I love this book it is so cute but the title isn't that good compared to "Like Bug Juice On A Burger"Published 8 months ago by Patricia Monahan
Just read this with my son. He says that this book is really great! We kept reading until we reached the end.Published 11 months ago by Tammy H
The book is written very well for kids. It's easily keeps your attention. The words are easy to read for my 8 year old who has dyslexia.Published 12 months ago by Mary H. O'neill-kob