Pancake Pandemonium by Anita Pouroulis

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...it was not enjoyable for me to read to him, which I think is something authors tend to forget; if the parents don't like the book, it won't be read to the child!
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You might say pancakes are little Polly's favourite treat. Or you might say she's a little obsessed. Either way when mum's too busy to rustle up her favourite snack Polly decides to take the initiative. Though she ends up wishing that she hadn't... Piles of Pancakes is a charming, rhyming-story that's perfect for any child keen to get off the sidelines and into the thick of things. Written by Anita Pouroulis it's typically celebrates a child's imagination and in this case, that great American staple, the Pancake! The illustrations by Tom Bonson capture the zany madness of the story perfectly too.
 

About Anita Pouroulis

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Anita Pouroulis is a South African children's writer now living in Sotogrande, Spain. She has had 4 children's books published so far, all by Digital Leaf. They are: Pancake Pandemonium, Oh, What a Tangle!, My Monster Mayhem and Mum's Cronky Car.Anita was a primary school teacher for many years, including a spell in the UK, where she developed a passion for children's literature.These days much of her work is inspired by her daughter and her incorrigible dogs. Tom Bonson is a super talented young illustrator based in Bristol in the UK.
 
Published June 1, 2013 by Digital Leaf Limited. 36 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Poppy and JJ, aged 3 on Nov 03 2012

...it was not enjoyable for me to read to him, which I think is something authors tend to forget; if the parents don't like the book, it won't be read to the child!

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