More Pies!

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Scholastic Canada, 2002 - Canadian juvenile fiction - 26 pages
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Just how many pies can Samuel eat before he turns green? Samuel wakes up hungry, and it seems that nothing can satisfy him. For breakfast he eats huge bowls of cereal, milk shakes, stacks of pancakes and two fried chickens, but it's not enough -- he is still STARVING! Luckily, there's a pie eating contest in the park, where Samuel eats not one, not two, but SIX pies -- CHUKA CHUKA CHOMP! To everyone's surprise, he wins the contest without turning green, purple, or blue. But guess what his mother is making for lunch... Canada's favourite storyteller, Robert Munsch, reads this delightful tale of one hungry boy and a whole lot of pies. The reusable, clear vinyl carrying case keeps the cassette and book neatly stored and features a re-fastenable snap on the back for easy use.

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MORE PIES!

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A rather lackluster story about the bottomless pit that is one boy's stomach, gains some momentum from Martchenko's (Makeup Mess, not reviewed, etc.) hoppin' watercolors. Samuel woke up hungry, really ... Read full review

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User Review  - conuly - LibraryThing

This is a typical Munsch book - weird setting, over-the-top pictures and reactions, cool sound effects, repetition in threes, and lots of funny. It's really like an intro to tall tales, this book - we ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
6
Section 2
10
Section 3
12
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About the author (2002)

ROBERT MUNSCH is Canada's best-selling author. His more than 30 books, including Love You Forever, Alligator Baby and We Share Everything, are beloved by all -- children, parents, teachers and booksellers -- for their hilarious treatment of real issues.

MICHAEL MARTCHENKO loves to draw. He has illustrated dozens of books, and is most famous for his work with Robert Munsch, including Andrew's Loose Tooth, The Paper Bag Princess and Makeup Mess. Michael lives in Toronto.

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