Pizza Day: A Picture Book

Pizza Day A Picture Book A young boy and his father gather ingredients in the garden to prepare pizza on a hot day in this preschool picture book companion to Soup Day On a sunny summer day a young boy and his father assemb

  • Title: Pizza Day: A Picture Book
  • Author: Melissa Iwai
  • ISBN: 9781627797900
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A young boy and his father gather ingredients in the garden to prepare pizza on a hot day in this preschool picture book companion to Soup Day.On a sunny, summer day, a young boy and his father assemble the ingredients for a homemade pizza From gathering fresh garden herbs to rolling out the dough for a crust to spreading on sauce and cheese, this picture book leads youngA young boy and his father gather ingredients in the garden to prepare pizza on a hot day in this preschool picture book companion to Soup Day.On a sunny, summer day, a young boy and his father assemble the ingredients for a homemade pizza From gathering fresh garden herbs to rolling out the dough for a crust to spreading on sauce and cheese, this picture book leads young chefs step by step through the process of making a favorite meal A pizza recipe completes Melissa Iwai s appealing preschool offering, Pizza Day A Christy Ottaviano Book

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    1. In this companion book to Soup Day, this picture book follows a boy and his father as they spend the day together while his mother is off at her job away from home. I don't know patient younger readers will be with the book or all the steps of making a pizza that are described here, but I enjoyed the details and the fact that they found many of the ingredients for their meal in their garden. The added delights of whiling away the time by playing games outside makes it evident that this father is [...]

    2. Okay, I like the process that the story goes through to make the pizza with child and father. I will use this in storytime programs for sure because it brings in some good info here with the different steps involved. But WHY OH WHY is it that they put carrots into the tomato sauce they are making for the pizza? I don't get it. Is it a vegetable soup pizza? I am perplexed.

    3. Lots of families have traditions - this one is all about pizza! Especially making pizza with ingredients fresh from the garden. Thick pages and lots of color make this book especially enticing to young eyes.

    4. I'm hungry for pizza after reading this yummy book. This family truly make a pizza from scratch from their garden. This book isn't exactly a board book, but the pages are sturdy and there is no jacket cover.A recipe is at the bake of the book for the sauce and the pizza crust.

    5. A young boy and his family make pizza, from picking the vegetables in the garden, making the dough, letting it rest, etc. Recipes in back.

    6. The story is a little too simple to rave about, and the sauce had maybe a few too many ingredients from their garden. Kinda weird.

    7. A straight forward how-to-book on making pizza -- some cute little references to dough resting and sauce napping.

    8. A cute, detailed adventure in making homemade pizza from scratch, using materials from your own garden. There are recipes in the back, too!

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