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How to eat pizza

How to eat pizza

Burgerman, Jon, author, artist

For fans of Supertato, this hilarious interactive book introduces children to a host of talking food, including a pizza slice that most certainly does NOT want to be eaten! Bright colours and lots of visual gags provide one hilarious introduction to a range of fantastic food - and will even encourage children to eat fruit and vegetables!

Paperback, Book. English. Children's stories. Early Years. Picture Books.
Published Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018
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Statement of responsibility: Jon Burgerman
ISBN: 0192749528, 9780192749529
Intended audience: Preschool.
Physical Description: 30 unnumbered pages : chiefly illustrations (colour) ; 25 cm

Description

For fans of Supertato, this hilarious interactive book introduces children to a host of talking food characters, including a pizza slice that most certainly does NOT want to be eaten!

How do YOU eat pizza? What, you don't know? Oh, come on, it's really easy and this hilariously tasty book will show you how! Bright colours and lots of visual gags provide one hilarious introduction to a range of fantastic food - and will even encourage children to eat fruit and vegetables!

Jon Burgerman's bright and bold illustration guarantees that his picture books will stand out from the crowd, online and on the shelf.

Reviews

(Review of SPLAT!) 'This brilliantly playful book that experiments with the physical boundaries of the book as an object, encouraging interaction and imagination, seems to be a direct extension of Jon's personality.
Oliver Jeffers||(Review of SPLAT!) 'Burgermans first children's book is a mess in a good way. . . . Set against bright, crayon-colored backdrops, Burgermans cartoons, outlined in thick black lines, are as in-your-face as it gets . . . Good, not so clean fun that will delight.'
Publishers Weekly||(Review of SPLAT!) 'Jon Burgermans playful voice and silly sense of humour are on every page of this book. Kids will love anticipating the 'SPLAT!' as they turn each page.'
Brown Johnson, Executive Vice President and Creative Director of Sesame Workshop