Pickles, Pickles, I Like Pickles

Pickles, Pickles, I Like Pickles

by Brigitte Brulz


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A young boy who really likes pickles wants to grow pickles in his garden, but he is surprised by what he discovers - there are no bread and butter pickle plants or dill pickle trees. He learns a lot as he and his mom transform seeds from the store into yummy pickles to enjoy on everything from hot dogs to ice cream. Well, maybe not ice cream!

Free coloring pages, activity ideas, and a teacher's guide to go along with Pickles, Pickles, I Like Pickles are available on www.brigittebrulz.com.

* Chosen for 2019 Read Across Connecticut program.

* Earned Readers' Favorite 5 Stars Review

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781087870380
Publisher: Brigitte Brulz
Publication date: 03/11/2020
Pages: 30
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range: 3 - 8 Years

About the Author

Brigitte Brulz is a homeschooling mom, author, freelance writer, journal creator, and lesson designer who serves as a Network Chair for SCBWI Iowa. She offers free coloring pages, activity ideas, and more on her website at www.brigittebrulz.com.

Customer Reviews

Pickles, Pickles, I Like Pickles 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite Pickles, Pickles, I Like Pickles! by Brigitte Brulz is the story of a young boy who likes pickles. He is curious to know if pickles grow on pickle trees. He plants the seeds he has bought with his mother when they went out. They water the garden and pull out all the weeds, but there are no signs of pickles growing in the garden. He wonders what kind of pickles will grow in the garden – dill pickles or bread and butter pickles. Soon little flowers bloom and little pickles grow to bigger pickles. There are lots of pickles to pick and finally he picks them all with his mother. He takes a bite from the freshly picked pickle and realizes that they do not taste like pickles. His mother tells him that they grew cucumbers and not pickles. He helps his mother to make pickles with the cucumbers. Now he has pickles to enjoy with his burgers, brats, and hot dogs. The story gives tips on the entire process of pickle making and makes it enjoyable for readers. The illustrations are charming and they give action and movement to the story. The story is informative to young readers and they get to know how to transform seeds into pickles. It is a good bedtime storybook and teachers and educators can use it for classroom read aloud sessions so that children learn the process of pickle making. It is an informative and educational book for all children and is a must-have in all school and children’s libraries.