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My 3 year old kind of likes this, but I basically think it's boring, with a slightly unclear plot, some absurdity where foods eat other foods, and a slightly too political plot about an aunt named Turkish Delight, and then these oddly dense recipe pages which are so, it's not super useful lessons, with jealousy, despair, depression, none handled in a particularly interesting way.
AWESOME! We purchased Bake Sale after picking it up at the library. My daughter fell in love with the story and was sad when we had to return it. Since then she has read and loved other Sara Varon books including Robot Dreams, Chicken & Cat, and Odd Duck. Why does she love these books you ask? She giggles seeing a carrot serving lunch to a cupcake and eggplant; the emotional responses the characters have to their dilemmas are very much relatable; and the easy yet detailed drawings allow her re-read the stories at her leisure.
A mate asked me if meal eating meal was considered cannibalism.I thought this book was very cute, a quick and simple read, and I can't wait to test the recipes it comes with.I also really like how there are a lot of labels for stuff drawn in the book, utensils, spices, etc. Amazing for vocabulary with kids.
Yes I read a children’s book. Yes I read this delightful book to a mates child.And I enjoyed it too!After finishing this story I asked a few questions about what she took from this story, as a child’s POV. Because me, as an adult, I might take this away differently. And yes, this was the case.I was told that this story is all about Cupcake, best mate Eggplant and Turkish Delight. And how we have to work to obtain for dreams to come true. How our mates are nice. Why Cupcake was so sad because he had so a lot of things he had to do there was no time to play!I had other thoughts about pcake was cup cakes that got eaten!Carrot serving dinner to one has proper names in this story, they are identified by what they gar, is simply rot is simply pcake is cup cake until they bake if you are reading this as an adult you will simply think it’s crazy. But the pictures are wonderful.And there are some may even think it’s depressing.But the small girl of 10 I was reading to and she to me (we took it in turns to read pages alternating them) had very various thoughts from is was a hit from my mates child.
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Sara Varon's "Bake Sale" is a 158 pages graphic novel that probably best for older kids who could use their parents' kitchens to test out the recipes listed in the back. Actually there are eight recipes, two of them for frosting but only one has a separate listing. The recipes themselves are shows in two locations -- either we see Cupcake making them and commenting on their ease or difficulty, or we see them at least mentioned in the e story of Cupcake, his bakeshop and his quest to go with his mate Eggplant to meet a popular baker is the primary tale. Through this we see how little bakeries operate, how creative little business owners struggle to be, and how the person behind that morning coffee or cookie we may treat ourselves to might live beyond their store. Cupcake's emotions and life seem honest if a bit eaky because Varon has made a globe in which meal is the dominant lifeform. This is freaky on three levels. First, our main characters do not have true names, only what they are -- Eggplant, Cupcake, Potato, Sugar -- and so forth. Apparently there are a lot of of the same kind of meal and yet other names are never given. Second, these meal people run the full gambit from living veggies and fruits to processed meal like Sugar and Turkish Delight. Finally the most freakish aspect is that living meal eats, grows, process, and cooks with food. It felt related to a book about at is likely just me as an adult talking, I but most children under the age of 12 could just see past that but don't be surprised if sensitive kids are confused.