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Harriet and the Spaghetti Snake Paperback – April 20, 2017
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Overall the story was really cute and just the kind of thing we like to read at home. Gave it four stars because it needs to be edited and the typos/grammar mistakes were a little distracting, but will happily update my review to five once it sees an editor. I don't think the lack of editing would have stopped me from purchasing it though, as it was a fun read. :)
Harriet doesn't like spaghetti and can not leave the table until she at least tries it. We all have had to deal with this sometime within our life. While Harriet is sitting there she starts to daydream and her daydream takes her to a desert! What she discovers is a spaghetti snake and she has to find a way to defeat him will she be able to? Who knows....you will have to read the book to find out how far she goes with her imagination.
well as her images in making this hopefully more encouraging for young kids to try new and strange foods to them. Therefore I wish to rate this as five stars and recommend it for those very young and picky eaters. I received this ebook for free and in return, here's my honest review. Super work Tracy! By Angela
I highly recommend this book!
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This is a really fun, well-structured adventure story with a relatable...Read more
The illustrations should have featured more of the actual story.