It’s suppertime, but Frieda has her eyes on a plate of delicious-looking cookies papa has baked, not the healthy dinner mama has dished out. “I’m not hungry,” she says, “but I will have a cookie, please.” Every parent and child will laugh at the familiar battle of wills between the little kitty cat who won’t eat and her caring (but firm) mom and dad.
|Product dimensions:||9.10(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 6 Years|
About the Author
Cyndy Szekeres is a well-known illustrator of both her own children's books and those of such writers as Betty Boegehold, Patsy Scarry, and Jan Wahl. After her first assignment with small ad agencies and magazines, she began illustrating children's fashion in The New York Times. In 1960, Doubleday offered and Cyndy accepted an assignment to illustrate her first picture book: New Shoes by Sam Vaughn. A steady flow of books followed, and in 1974 her family moved from city life in Brooklyn Heights to country life in Putney, Vermont. Szekeres finds inspiration and good research just a few steps out the door of her home and in the surrounding woods.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Suppertime for Frieda Fuzzypaws based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Loved this book, always will.
My daughter absolutely loves this book. We were looking for something that would help her understand "dessert" is for after having a good supper. Frieda's plight is well-told! My daughter can recite the book word-for-word now. I'm so glad they decided to reprint the infamous book Caylee Anthony is seen reading in the video that's been shown around the world. What a precious little child she must have been. God rest her soul.