Porcupine’s Pie

It is Fall and we are really enjoying this delightful book, Porcupine’s Pie.

 This family friendly story is all about thankfulness and generosity that even has a recipe for friendship pie in the back of the book. We can not wait to make our own friendship pie with some of our favorite ingredients after reading this book. We loved reading it!

“Porcupine can’t wait to share Fall Feast with her woodland friends, so when everyone she greets is unable to bake their specialty due to a missing ingredient, Porcupine generously offers staples from her pantry. When Porcupine discovers that she, too, is missing a key ingredient, the friends all work together to create a new Fall Feast tradition. “

The book is great for little ones to read along with you. After a few pages your kids will catch on to Porcupine’s generosity and you will smile together as you continue reading this sweet story.

A debut picture book from author Laura Renauld and illustrated by Jennie Poh, Porcupine’s Pie is the winner of the Beaming Books Picture Book Contest.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Prior to becoming a children’s writer, Laura Renauld shared her love of books with her third grade students. After experiencing the power of story to captivate, amuse, and encourage, Laura knew that she wanted to create books for kids.
Laura is a proud member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators and was selected to attend the Rutgers University Council on Children’s Literature One-on-One Conference in 2016. When she is not writing picture books about porcupines, pirates, and pickles, Laura can be found on a trail, at the library, or in the kitchen. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband and their two sons. This is her debut picture book.

 

Hardcover: 32 pages
Release date: October 9
Age Range: 4 – 8 years (grade level: 1 – 2)
Beaming Books

Read more: http://www.prbythebook.com/beaming-books

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