Synopses & Reviews
With all the energy of a suddenly opened, well-shaken can of soda, the poet Carol Diggory Shields imaginatively creates a universe of food with a mind of its own. The claymation food by Doreen Gay-Kassel looks almost too fabulous to eat!
The goings-on between snacks in the kitchen at night is the basis for this humorous story that begins with a rollicking party and evolves into a food fight between the tuna and the garlic. Full color.
About the Author
Carol Diggory Shields is a poet, a humorist, and a librarian -- the perfect qualifications for reducing immense bodies of knowledge into a very few lines of extremely funny verse. Grateful teachers and students can direct fan letters to her in Salinas, Cal
Doreen Gay-Kassel Though she has been extensively published, this is the first time she has applied her talent for creating clay sculptures to a picture book. She lives in New Jersey.