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Where Is the Cake Now?
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Following the groundbreaking Where Is the Cake?, this companion story is also told entirely without words. In detailed, active illustrations, readers watch a group of animals who decide to have a picnic. The animals travel all around the richly rendered countryside, up hills and over rivers, searching for the perfect place to set up their food. But trouble looms—when they finally find the right spot, the all-important cake is missing! Children can help the animals recover their cake in a unique picture book that rewards multiple reads.F&P level: WB
"In this follow-up to Where Is the Cake?, creatures of many species make their way on a wordless journey (with moments of dark humor) toward a picnicking location (each animal has its own personality and side story). When two pink cakes — not so carefully transported in covered silver platters — go missing during the trip, chaos erupts among the animals who, after a downhill chase, discover the thieves and recover the cakes. Readers will enjoy following each character's mini-dramas, which give the book a Richard Scarry — style appeal, to the conclusion. Ages 3 — 6. (June)" Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
Following the groundbreaking "Where Is the Cake?," this sequel is also told entirely without words. A group of animals decide to have a picnic. After they find the right spot, they discover the all-important cake is missing. Full color.
About the Author
T. T. Khing (Thé-Tjong Khing) was born in Java, Indonesia, and studied in the Netherlands. He began his career as a cartoonist and now focuses on childrens books. Khing is one of the Netherlands most celebrated illustrators and has received several prestigious awards. His books have been translated into numerous languages. He lives in the Netherlands.
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