Miss Wondergem's Dreadfully Dreadful Pie

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Miss Wondergem's Dreadfully Dreadful Pie

Miss Wondergem's Dreadfully Dreadful Pie
Wendy J. Whittingham
Tuckamore Books
8.5 x 8.5
ISBN 13:
# of pages:
32 pages
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$ 12.95

Item Detail

  1. Overview
  2. About the Author
  3. About the Illustrator
  4. Book Review
  • Overview

    Miss Wondergem’s Bakery, coming quite soon! In fact, it will open tomorrow at noon! There’s a brand new bakery in town, and no one could be happier about it than Verna, Myrna, and Bradley McGrew. As much as they love their mother, the McGrew children dread what comes out of her kitchen-and with very good reason. But when the three young McGrews meet the new bakery’s owner, they’re in for a most unpleasant surprise.

  • About the Author

    Valerie Sherrard is an acclaimed children’s and young adult author whose work has been shortlisted for numerous Canadian awards. Her insights into children come from years of working with them in various capacities, as well as fostering over seventy teens. Valerie lives in Miramichi, New Brunswick with her husband Brett and their four very spoiled

  • About the Illustrator

    Wendy J. Whittingham began drawing at the young age of two and was seldom seen without a pencil in hand. As she matured, her love of art inspired her to study further and she later graduated from the Graphic Design Program at Humber Collage as well as the Illustration Certificate Program at Sheridan Collage. Currently, Wendy shares a home with her husband George, three dogs, and two cats.

  • Book Review

    Miss Wondergem’s Dreadfully Dreadful Pie is a fun story about learning to like what you already have. The text and illustrations work well together to create a lighthearted and playful story that has a delightfully unexpected and ghoulish twist to it. Readers will enjoy following the McGrew children through their terrible experiences with food, and they will have fun seeing what happens to not only the children in the end, but to Miss Wondergem as well.

    CM Magazine, Meredith Cleversey, a librarian

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