Hamburger Heavenby Wong Herbert Yee, Wong Herbert Yee
Pinky Pig’s clarinet has met with an unfortunate accident. Lucky for Pinky, she works at Hamburger Heaven and can save up for a new one. But the customers are growing tired of the same old menuall cheeseburgers, all the timeand Pinky might soon lose her job if business doesn’t pick up. So she springs into action, creating a new menu to… See more details below
Pinky Pig’s clarinet has met with an unfortunate accident. Lucky for Pinky, she works at Hamburger Heaven and can save up for a new one. But the customers are growing tired of the same old menuall cheeseburgers, all the timeand Pinky might soon lose her job if business doesn’t pick up. So she springs into action, creating a new menu to please every possible taste. Will it be enough to save the restaurant and her job?
Pinky Pig works after school at Hamburger Heaven. When business slows and her job is threatened, it is Pinky's ingenuity that saves the day. Kids will appreciate the menu of burgers served with assorted bugs and leaves to beavers, porcupines, and possums. Action-filled watercolors accompany this funny culinary adventure told in rhyme.
Overhearing that her job at the diner might be eliminated, Pinky Pig sets out to discover new ways to improve customer satisfaction. Can she save her job and earn enough money to buy a clarinet? Her new menu brings in the customers in droves. Children will squirm over the new concoctions, with something unique for each patron: Snailburger Supreme for Hedgehog, a burger with worms lightly fried for Mole, a termite-infested burger for Aardvark, not to mention Burger Deluxe, which has three kinds of bugs! Who could resist? Yee (Fireman Small to the Rescue, 1998, etc.) pens this fable lightly, but the moral is plain: by putting others first, Pinky attains what she wants. Whimsical, often hilarious watercolors show Pinky fast at work collecting assorted bugs of all sizes and shapes. Up-and-coming young biologists might be inspired to come up with some recipes of their own.
- Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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- 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.16(d)
- Age Range:
- 4 - 7 Years
Meet the Author
Wong Herbert Yee lives in Michigan, where he writes and illustrates books for children including the Mouse and Mole series and the Fireman Small series. For a complete list of books by Wong Herbert Yee, visit www.houghtonmifflinbooks.com. For more information about Wong, visit his Web site at http://hometown.aol.com/wongherbertyee/
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