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All for Pie, Pie for All Paperback – August 12, 2008
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PreS–Grandma Cats apple pie is devoured by her family, a mouse family, and a family of ants. The books charm is in the joyous, deliciously appealing pen-and-ink and watercolor spreads detailing the domestic life of each group and in the repetitive narrative structure of the story, which has very few words. Little Brother Mouse ate a piece./Big Sister Mouse ate a piece./Momma Mouse ate a piece./Poppa Mouse ate a piece./Grandma Mouse ate a piece./Six crumbs were left./And then the mice took naps. A natural for storyhours, this title will be savored by listeners just discovering the delicious world of books.–Kathleen Whalin, York Public Library, ME
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This genial picture book begins with Grandma Cat making an apple pie. After Little Brother, Big Sister, Momma, Poppa, and Grandma each eat a slice, the cats contentedly take naps. While they sleep, the Mouse family carts off the last piece of pie to its own snug home. After Little Brother, Big Sister, Momma, Poppa, and Grandma Mouse share their pie, the mice snuggle down for naps, too. While they sleep, the ant family carries off the crumbs, polishing off all the remaining pie. Meanwhile, Grandma Cat awakes and makes another pie, this time with help from all the cats, mice, and ants. This book lends itself well to reading aloud, for children will enjoy chiming in with the many repeated lines in the story. Washed with watercolors in warm, tawny hues, the ink drawings create a series of charming domestic scenes featuring jovial families of the various species. Good fare for young children. Carolyn Phelan
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Now, after numerous readings of this book, it has become absolutely one of his favoritest books. He asks for it by saying "yes yes yes yes yes!" which is a line repeated in the book. When you read the book, I recommend adjusting your voice to make a difference between the cat/mouse/ant voices because that seems to be a distinction that delights the child.
A huge favorite!!