One day, years and years later, white-haired Rebecca was busy not eating pumpkins when--SPLAT--a giant pumpkin fell off an overloaded truck and smashed into her yard. She buried the mess so she wouldn't have to look at it, and, as you might imagine, she witnessed a bumper crop the following fall. In Too Many Pumpkins, a 1996 American Bookseller "Pick of the Lists," Linda White (who based the book on her own pumpkin-eating aunt Becky) reveals how swallowing one's personal (pumpkin) prejudices can end up benefiting a whole community. Illustrator Megan Lloyd creates spunky, detail-rich drawings that are sure to hold up to the scrutiny of youngsters everywhere. This is an ideal Halloween-time book for those who want to bypass ghouls and goblins (or any actual mention of Halloween) and focus on ... pumpkins! (Ages 4 to 8) --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Great book for use in teaching about the life cycle of a pumpkin.Published 4 months ago by Melinda in Pennsylvania
This is the type of book my mother and I would have loved to read to each other way back when. Such a fun story to read to my son. Grandma loves it too. Great illustrations!Published 6 months ago by E.L.
My elementary school aged children and my toddler all loved the fun story about Rebecca Estelle and her accidental - and much despised- pumpkin patch. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mandy Bergerson
This was one of several books that I handed out for Trick or Treat night. I actually received hand written thank you notes for my choices this year.Published 6 months ago by Mary M. Leisey