Item description for The Little Red Hen (Makes a Pizza) by Philemon Sturges & Amy Walrod...
Overview In this version of the traditional tale, the duck, the dog, and the cat refuse to help the Little Red Hen make a pizza but do get to participate when the time comes to eat it. Reprint.
Publishers Description The story of the industrious Little Red Hen is not a new one, but when this particular hen spies a can of tomato sauce in her cupboard and decides to make a pizza, the familiar tale takes on a fresh new twist. Kids will love following along as the hen, with no help from her friends the duck, the dog, and the cat, goes through the steps of making a pizza-shopping for supplies, making the dough, and adding the toppings. But despite their initial resistance, the hen's friends come through in the end and help out in a refreshing and surprising way.
Citations And Professional Reviews The Little Red Hen (Makes a Pizza) by Philemon Sturges & Amy Walrod has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Publishers Weekly - 10/07/2002
PW Notes and Reprints - 10/07/2002 page 75
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 10" Height: 10" Weight: 0.34 lbs.
Release Date Nov 11, 2002
ISBN 0142301892 ISBN13 9780142301890 UPC 051488006992
Availability 37 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 23, 2016 02:21.
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More About Philemon Sturges & Amy Walrod
Philemon Sturges, an architect, is the author of Sacred Places, illustrated by Giles Laroche. He lives in Princeton, Massachusetts.
Philemon Sturges currently resides in Boston, in the state of Massachusetts.
Philemon Sturges has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about The Little Red Hen (Makes a Pizza)?
Little Red Hen's Pizza Dec 25, 2007
Looking for a modern take on the traditional tale of the Little Red Hen? This is it! The format is the same but the product is different. Think the ending will be the same? You'll have to read it to find out! Follow the book with making pizza and you'll have a delicious experience.
The Little Red Hen Makes Pizza May 20, 2007
My kindergarten class loves this retelling with one of their favorite foods.
Great for kids, fun for adults Apr 16, 2006
This is a lovely story with witty illustrations. I've read it many times to my kids, and we still find it fun. No need to replace the original with this one if it's a moral you're seeking. Rest assured that the dinner guests help clean up. And just enjoy this wonderful book!
Very funny, beautiful illustrations Jul 17, 2005
You know the story. The hen asks for help, gets none, but in the end (in this version) everyone is happy. It's an amusing, upbeat version of The Little Red Hen.
The illustrations make this book wonderful. The collages are gorgeous and highly detailed. There are little funnies for the big people sprinkled throughout, too. This is a wonderful book to share.
Learning to Share is an Important Moral Mar 17, 2005
From a mom who has two children under the age of six, this book hits home in the sharing department. Granted the other characters don't help the hen put the pizza together, but they do help clean up. It's a nice twist on the classic that I grew up with. It's become a must-read at least twice during the course of the day in our house.