Wednesday, September 28, 2016
My Pancakes Taste Different Today Book review
My Pancakes Taste Different Today! is the tasty tale of a precocious young boy who discovers that his little actions have a big impact on the whole wide world...especially his pancakes! A gentle, cautionary tale about our Earth and food, and our appreciation of both.
Includes a delicious, kid-friendly pancake recipe from Santa Fe Celebrity Chef Johnny Vee! Recipient of 2016 Literary Classics Seal of Approval and Recommended Reading List.
Hardbound kids' picture book, 40 pages for 3-9 year olds. Hand-painted watercolor illustrations. Made and printed in the U.S.A. Ebook and Spanish ebook available, too!
From August 1-March 31, 2017, 15% of the profits will go to Cooking with Kids, a unique Santa Fe, New Mexico based nonprofit teaching nutrition and healthy cooking skills in local elementary schools. Cooking with Kids' methodology has been taught nationally as well.
Heather & Bruce
Bruce lives with his wife Heather in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He attended the University of Dallas, where he majored in International Finance and Economics. Bruce has two adult sons, Matthew and Evan, and two grandchildren, Ethan and Avery. Growing up, Bruce lived in the Philippine Islands and Japan. He enjoys traveling, writing, skiing, chess, playing guitar, cooking and entertaining, playing tennis and golf. As a professional, Bruce has been an investment advisor for 32 years, and recommends that the best investment is an investment in our children. Heather thinks Bruce makes the best pancakes in the Whole Wide World!
Heather lives with her husband Bruce in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Heather has worked and volunteered most of her professional career in producing special events and fundraising for nonprofit organizations such as the Museum of New Mexico Foundation, The Santa Fe Community Foundation, and The Santa Fe Botanical Garden. She is a graduate of The Evergreen State College where she studied writing, art and design. Heather enjoys traveling, entertaining, decorating, hiking and playing tennis and golf. Bruce thinks Heather is a gourmet chef and budding tennis star.
I received a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review- While this is just an imaginative story as one can could not do all of the destruction (or could it), it does help to get your child thinking about pollution and some of the many people it hurts. Also it adds to the thoughts of what are you eating and made for a great discussion in my home.
Posted by Cassandra McCann