Porcupine's Pie

Porcupine's Pie

by Laura Renauld, Jennie Poh


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781506431802
Publisher: Beaming Books
Publication date: 10/09/2018
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 379,614
Product dimensions: 9.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Laura Renauld is a former third-grade teacher. Laura grew up in Vermont, and now lives in northern Virginia with her husband and two sons. On hikes near their home, Laura secretly hopes she will find a pie-baking porcupine. This is her debut picture book.Jennie Poh was born in England and grew up in Malaysia, in the jungle. At the age of ten, she moved back to England and went on to study Fine Art at the Surrey Institute of Art & Design, as well as Fashion Illustration at Central St Martins. Jennie loves the countryside, animals, tea and reading. She lives in Woking, England with her husband, two wonderful daughters, and two marmalade kittens.

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Porcupine's Pie 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
TeresaR 7 months ago
Porcupine’s Pie is a heartwarming and adorable tale of friendship and reciprocation. Readers follow Porcupine as she selflessly offers other animals any extra ingredients that she has, and they, in turn, come to the rescue when she absently loses her ingredient, making for a satisfying full-circle ending. Endearing illustrations rendered in a muted, yet cheerful, autumn palette complements the text perfectly. There is enough quietness to make this a good pre-naptime book, yet the fun little adventure makes it also a good read for library story-time. A fun bonus is a delicious sounding pie recipe in the back matter.
nfam 7 months ago
Sharing and Friendship on Fall Feast Day Porcupine is excited about Fall Feast Day and ready to make her famous cranberry pie. The first step in the recipe is “Wash the berries.” Porcupine sets off for the river. On the way she meets her friends, squirrel, bear, and doe. They too are excited by Fall Feast Day, but each lacks an ingredient to prepare their special dish. Porcupine is a generous friend. She gives each animal the ingredient they need to make their treat. When she reaches the river she looks in her pail – no cranberries. Now she can’t make her special dish. What will she do? This is a delightful story of sharing and friendship; one young children will enjoy. The pictures are perfectly suited to the story. They make the fall theme come alive. One of the best parts is the inclusion of the Friendship Pie recipe. A great activity for you and your child. I received this book from PR by the Book.