Pumpkin Hillby Elizabeth Spurr, Whitney Martin
Seeds from a plump pumpkin grew into a huge army of roly-poly pumpkins. All it took was a mighty wind to set those pumpkins off on a tumble that would wakeup a sleepy valley town with a rumbling, tumbling surprise.
Meet the Author
Elizabeth Spurr has been writing for children for almost twenty-five years. She is the author of many books, including "Farm Life," which was praised as "heartwarming" and called "a natural story time companion" by "Kirkus Reviews." She lives along the California coast.
Whitney Martin worked for ten years as an animator for Disney and Fox television's "King of the Hill." His illustrations have been featured in magazines, galleries, and most recently in George Foreman's picture book "Let George Do It!" He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with his wife and two sons.
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I have 2 reasons why not to buy this book: (1) It is not funny - My kids who are seven and under do not request this book. I have to make this listen to me read it in October. (2) Bad illustrations - Six pages into it, the farmers fat wife is shown pointing her finger and snarling and dominating and nagging the faultless skinny husband/farmer. The poor farmer looks like I am soo helpless. I will not read this book to my sons, wrong impression for such a young child to have of a wife. The only good thing about the book are the two recipes on the last page!
This is a really funny book which also teaches children how pumpkins grow.