Sunday was waffle or pancake day in my house when I was growing up and became a weekly routine for many years. This book takes it to the next level when three friends and neighbors get together to make Sunday pancakes for all to enjoy, there is a pancake recipe at the end of the book for families to try together. Cat wants to make pancakes but after looking through her fridge she is missing a couple of ingredients. She calls Bear and Rabbit to come over with the milk and eggs for the pancakes and to enjoy the pancakes together. Rabbit is the equivalent of a young child who is eager to learn and help out but does not entirely have the coordination or experience yet on what to do. After measuring the ingredients and mixing everything together it is time to make the pancakes. A mistake on a pancake is nothing to fret about because it can be turned into a Cat, Rabbit or Bear; which happens at the end. The language is fairly simple for younger readers who are just learning to read, but this would be great for families to read out loud together.
|Page Count||40 pages|
|Publisher||Penguin Young Readers Group|
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