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How to Make a Cherry Pie and See the U.S.A. Paperback – August 6, 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
My son was disappointed that the book has the girl finding supplies instead of food ingredients. True, food ingredients are more fun, but that would have been mostly a repeat of the Apple Pie book, I guess, although that would have worked well also. I knew from the start what it was about, and so I had different expectations which the book met very well.
The illustrations are as charming as the Apple Pie book. We love the addition of the dog companion.
As a "roadschooler," I appreciate the educational aspect. It truly enlightens a child (and an adult, since many of us are so daft these days) to what it takes to make the kitchen tools we take for granted. The maps included, both with and without the route, are excellent as well.
Many complain that it isn't as charming as the Apple Pie book. Well...iron isn't as appealing as apples, true, and wood isn't as delightful as a cow with an English accent. You can't argue with those aspects. We do like the Apple Pie book "better," but we've been reading it for years, so it's a family favorite. Let's just say that we have a VERY limited amount of space for books in our travel trailer full of 10 people, 2 pets, and all the equipment needed to run a homeschool, music mission, and business, and this book has made the cut! It's a winner in and of itself. It's just hard to compete with an over-the-top hit like Apple Pie. So...don't compare!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book makes geography fun! Informative for youngsters on the USA. My 5 and 7 year olds both enjoyed this story.Published 19 months ago by Brianne Spencer
Love the creative style and detailed artwork of this book. Just as well done as the Apple Pie version - kids love it as much as their parents do!Published on April 20, 2014 by A. Ford
Purchased this book for a college early childhood social studies class. Great book with great material. I will use this in my classroom!Published on March 17, 2014 by Whitney McCall