Katie is too young to use the stove so she dreams of making her very own pancakes. Join
Katie and her friend Baxter in this fun story as they use a passion for collecting and
building to find a way to realize Katie‛s pancake dream!
This upbeat energetic tale with great potential for reading aloud will appeal to adults
and young children alike. The book includes a predictable rhyme that will have children
chiming in as the story unfolds. Children will celebrate with Katie and Baxter as their
pancake dream becomes reality! Recipe included.
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.09(d)|
About the Author
Katie Shaeffer, Pancake Maker. She lives on the west coast of British Columbia with her family and her piano where she faithfully continues her Saturday morning pancake tradition.
Paula Nasmith has been making art her whole life and has always enjoyed illustration.
Since an early age she‛s been interested children‛s literature and still enjoys picture books and classic children‛s stories. When she‛s not making art, you might fi nd her ice skating or riding horses. She lives in Victoria, British Columbia with her two cats.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Katie Shaffer loved building things, but more than that she loved eating pancakes. In fact, she dreamed of making “Golden brown, fluffy as a cloud, perfectly round, PANCAKES!” herself, but her parents said she was too young to use the stove. So, Katie went to her collection box where she had saved all sorts of castaways – cardboard, ribbon, buttons, kitchen gadgets, and more. She and her new neighbor Baxter decided to build their own pancake maker so they could make, “Golden brown, fluffy as a cloud, perfectly round, PANCAKES!” Together they blended the ingredients and then Katie mixed in a magic ingredient. The pancakes were delicious, so they decided to go to the store to get various butters, syrups, and jams to top their “Golden brown, fluffy as a cloud, perfectly round, PANCAKES!” When they returned they found pancakes on the floor, the ceiling, the bed, everywhere! They had forgotten to turn off the pancake maker and now had enough pancakes to feed their families, friends, and neighbors. That is exactly what they did! This wonderful story shows children that some dreams do come true and you can accomplish a lot through cooperation. If you want the young children in your life to hear or read stories of hope, the rewards of working toward a goal, and friendship and cooperation, then this book is for you. The book even includes the recipe for Katie’s “Golden brown, fluffy as a cloud, perfectly round, PANCAKES!” I thoroughly enjoyed reading KATIE SHAEFFER PANCAKE MAKER! Without a doubt, I give this book 5 gold stars!