Thursday, May 2, 2013

The Lunch Bell Is Ringing: Book Spine Poetry


   Whether it is rice, beans, and salad for children in Brazil or roasted potatoes and chicken in France, the author showcases the variety of lunches eaten across the world.

Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss; JF S
   This is a classic Dr. Seuss book where Sam-I-Am and an old man talk about when and where to eat green eggs and ham.

Toads on Toast by Linda Bailey; JF B
   What's a mama toad to do when a hungry fox comes looking for a meal? Instead of toads on toast she teaches him how to make another delectable dish.

Twaddleton's Cheese by Ryan Higgins; JF H    It's a cheese fest in the town of Twaddleton, and the residents can't control their cheese anymore.

Stone Soup by Ann McGovern; JF M
   A young man teaches a town how to make soup from a stone in this traditional folk tale.

The Winner Is. . . by Kathy Brodsky; JF B
   Dog wants to win a poster contest so badly that he tries to become a cat.

The Wolf's Chicken Stew by Keiko Kasza; JF K
   The wolf doesn't plan on making new friends by making chicken stew, but that is exactly what happens when he tries to fatten up Mrs. Hen.

Yum! Yum!! by Joanne Fitzgerald; JF F
Yummy, food related nursery rhymes are compiled here for young readers to enjoy.

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