Tuesday, January 27, 2009


Badger’s Fancy Meal by Keiko Kasza, 2007. A ravenous Badger yearns for yummy meals like mole taco, rat burger, and rabbit-banana split.

Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum by Lisa Wheeler, 2004. A pink glob of bubblegum causes a series of animals to get stuck in the "chewy-gooey icky-sticky" mess.

Bunny Cakes by Rosemary Wells, 1997. To Max, a birthday cake isn't complete without red-hot marshmellow squirters.

Burger Boy by Alan Durant, 2006. A boy eats so many burgers that he turns into one.

Chocolatina by Eric Kraft, 1998. Tina eats so much chocolate that she wakes up one morning and finds that she has turned into chocolate.

Cook-a-Doodle-Doo! by Janet Stevens, 1999. With the questionable help from his friends, Big Brown Rooster manages to bake a strawberry shortcake.

Cow Loves Cookies by Karma Wilson, 2010. The horse nays for his hay, and the geese flip for corn - but the cow has a sweet tooth! 

Froggy Bakes A Cake by Jonathan London, 2000. Froggy insists on helping his father bake a cake for his mother's birthday - with hilarious results!

Gladys Goes Out to Lunch by Derek Anderson, 2005. A gorilla who is tired of eating nothing but bananas goes in search of a sweet treat.

Gulps by Rosemary Wells, 2007. A family of junk food junkies try their first taste of salad.

Gumdrop Tree by Elizabeth Spurr, 1994. When her father gives her a bag of gumdrops to eat, a little girl decides to plant them instead.

Ice Cream Bear by Jez Alborough, 1997. Bear dreams that it is snowing ice cream.

If You Give A Mouse A Cookie by Laura Numeroff, 1996. If you give a mouse a cookie, he will need a glass of milk to go with it...

Isaac the Ice Cream Truck by Scott Santoro, 1999. An ice cream truck develops an inferiority complex.

Jake Goes Peanuts by Michael Wright, 2010. Everything new makes Jake's list of books he doesn't like. Everything except peanut butter. 

Lawrence by Janet Stoeke, 1990. This hedgehog's favorite dessert is coconut cream pie.

Little Mouse and the Big Cupcake, 2010. When Mouse finds a delicious cupcake, all his friends ask if they can have a taste.

My Pop Pop and Me by Irene Smalls. Pop Pop and his grandson transform baking a lemon cake into a magical mystery tour of sound and rhythm.

On Top of Spaghetti by Paul Brett Johnson, 2006. Yodeler Jones is a hound dog who serves nothing but meatballs and spaghetti at his restaurant.

Oodles of Noodles by Diana Hendry, 2008. Mom's new pasta-making machine has a mind of its own!

Pie Went By by Carolyn Dunn, 2000. One fine day, Good King Bing walked along the path to the castle - with a pie on his head!

Pinkalicious by Victoria Kann,2006. A little girl eats so many pink cupcakes that she turns pink.

Rodeo Ron and His Milkshake Cows by Rowan Clifford, 2005. A cowboy rides into town and proposes a "shake off" contest of milkshakes vs. soft drinks.

Simply Delicious! by Margaret Mahy, 2000. Mr. Miky rides home on his bicycle, carrying a double-dip-chocolate-chip-and-cherry ice cream cone for his son.

Thelonius Monster’s Sky-High Fly Pie by Judy Sierra, 2006. A good-natured monster thinks a pie made out of flies would be a good dessert, and invites all his friends and relatives over to try it.

Ugly Pie by Lisa Wheeler, 2010. 'Ol Bear has a hankering that nothing can satisfy - except ugly pie.

Wild Boars Cook by Meg Rosoff, 2008. Doris discovers a recipe for the messiest, stickiest, gooiest, chewiest, most delicious pudding in the whole wide world!

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