Thursday, May 9, 2013

Get This Book For Your Kids: Breakfast with Bigfoot



So, Bigfoot does exist, but does he like peanut butter and goldfish crackers? Find out in Breakfast with Bigfoot, written by Amelia Cotter and illustrated by Charles Swinford. Adventure and laughs are just around the corner as Gretchen and her new pal Bigfoot discover a thing or two about both the kinds of food that people eat and the kinds found in nature. For children three through six.

"Funny and sweet! A charming story that teaches good wilderness principles to the read-it-to-me-again set."
-Cristina Bryan, author of Miss Chicken Brings Lunch.


20 comments:

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    1. 2 days in a row! Are you as wet as I am?

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    2. Adventure and laughs! That bigfoot!

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  2. big print for bigfooters.

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  3. Blueberry bagels, McDonald's pancakes. I freaking love it!

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  4. Required material for Meldrum's class.

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  5. Don't kids have enough imaginary things to believe in without adding a giant hairy apeman?

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  6. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so you should eat several, according to Dr. Matthew Johnson, one of the most INcredible people in the world of bigfoot.

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  7. I'm thinking of having kids just so I can give them this book. I am really, really, really excited.

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    1. Maybe you better practice on a few goldfish first and see how that goes.

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  8. Here's a couple practicing "wilderness principles":

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=bvF_XQAe1MA

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  9. "chucktack chucktack"
    I'm tired of bigfoot and the government telling us what to eat. Let the female slap commence.

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  10. I guess it's a step in the right direction from their last kids book, Breakfast with Bigots.

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  11. corn dogs with con artists

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