Veggie Soup by Dorothy Donohue

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Fans of Stone Soup will want to join in when Miss Bun sets out to make her first vegetable soup. The pot gets filled with all sorts of odd ingredients as Bird, Cat, Toad, and Cow add their own favorite foods. But worms, fish, bugs, and straw make for a soup a bit too unusual for good eating, so Miss Bun starts again, this time creating enough vegetable soup to share with the local soup kitchen. The author's own cut-paper collage illustrations enhance the playfulness of the story.

About Dorothy Donohue

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Published September 30, 2000 by Winslow Pr. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But after so much time relying on Great Nana's careful methods, Miss Bun decides she'd like to wing it, whipping up ""something tasty, something original, something all my own."" She invites her pals over for a repast of veggie soup la Miss Bun.

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