Watch Out for the Chicken Feet in Your Soup #2020

Watch Out for the Chicken Feet in Your Soup By Tomie dePaola Watch Out for the Chicken Feet in Your Soup Embarrassed to introduce his friend to his old fashioned Italian grandmother a young boy gains a new appreciation of her when he finds how well she and his friend get along
  • Title: Watch Out for the Chicken Feet in Your Soup
  • Author: Tomie dePaola
  • ISBN: 9780671667450
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Paperback
  • Watch Out for the Chicken Feet in Your Soup By Tomie dePaola Embarrassed to introduce his friend to his old fashioned Italian grandmother, a young boy gains a new appreciation of her when he finds how well she and his friend get along.
    Watch Out for the Chicken Feet in Your Soup By Tomie dePaola
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    About "Tomie dePaola"

    1. Tomie dePaola

      Tomie dePaola pronounced Tommy da POW la is best known for his books for children.He s been published for 40 years and has written and or illustrated over 200 books, including 26 Fairmount Avenue, Strega Nona, and Meet the Barkers.Tomie dePaola and his work have been recognized with the Caldecott Honor Award, the Newbery Honor Award and the New Hampshire Governor s Arts Award of Living Treasure.He lives in New London, New Hampshire with his new Airedale dog, Bront.

    992 thoughts on “Watch Out for the Chicken Feet in Your Soup”

    1. I think the reason I liked this book so much was because it reminded me of my grandmother I thought this story was cute and funny The recipe for the bread in the back of the book was an added bonus, I might just have to check that out Taken from my book reviews blog reviewsatmse 2009


    2. This is one of my favorite Tomie de Paola books I love the way the boys reverse their attitudes toward Joey s grandma Sometimes you take someone or the things they do for granted, and it takes another person s viewpoint to open your eyes The food all sounded good, and made me hungry I m glad the bread recipe was included at the end Wonderful story


    3. This story is about a boy who takes his friend to his grandmother s house for the first time The boy is embarrassed by his grandmother and doesn t think she will get along with his friend He quickly learns that his friend and grandmother get along really well This angers him at first until he realizes that his grandmother still loves him best.







    4. This is such a sweet tale about a little boy who sees his Italian grandmother in a new light when he brings a friend over As a child, it s so easy to feel embarrassed by the odd mannerisms, accents and habits of our close family members, but it s not as easy to see those things that make them special, too Little Joey gains a new appreciation for his grandmother after he sees how enthusiastic Eugene is about her I remember reading this book when I was a child I m glad that I could share it with o [...]


    5. What a sweet story of little Joey based on Tomie s brother Joseph who takes his friend Eugene to his Italian grandmother s house where she feeds them chicken soup, spaghetti, and the bread dolls she makes with them The last page of the book has the recipe for his grandmother s bread dolls I especially love the last six pages Joey Look what your grandma gave me Joey, you take this home to your mama And this is for my Joey Because you my special Joey Arrivederci, Joey, Eugeney Hey, Joey, I love yo [...]


    6. Meh I really appreciated the concept of showcasing the Italian grandmother and the way the decidedly not Italian friend learned to love her, but the book itself was too short for me to really care about how quickly Joey went from embarrassed to mad at being left out to loving his grandma I felt a bit of plot whiplash, honestly, and the illustrations while cute aren t enough to fill in the gaps I imagine this would be cute for very little kids, but not much beyond that.


    7. I love how the old ways cooking broth with the chicken s feet, etc are played with in this book, but that also the idea that lots of love and care is put into everything While the kid who is used to it doesn t appreciate it, the newcomer finds it welcoming and an interesting change to what he s known I thought of it as a feel good story about a loving grandma.


    8. This was a favorite of mine as a kid, and so when I told my parents that I was expecting my first child, we bought a copy and wrote a little poem from their first grandchild and gave it to them It was a fun way to let them know they were going to be grandparents in 1995


    9. Now that I am doing storytimes, instead of just Toddler and Laptimes I can use this again Having chicken feet in the soup always quiets them down and has them looking with wide eyes 9 12 11They still seem to find this fascinating One girl at storytime wanted to check it out.


    10. Reminds me of my German Grandmother I think that woman was trying to rid the world of anorexia In our family she succeeded We must all treasure our Grandmas even if they put chicken feet in our soup.


    11. One of my all time favorite children s books by my all time favorite picture book author.Given to Sean as a Christmas present 2012.Today we made the bread dolls I made these with Evan s first grade class in 1991 A full circle moment


    12. I think you ll like this book It is funny and a life lesson on my opinion the theme is never get jealous of a friend with a family member


    13. The main character takes his friend to meet his Italian grandmother She cooks for them, and makes them bread The little boy likes taking his friend to his grandma s house




    14. A cute story with a chance to teach children about visiting other families and cultural differences and a chance to use your fun accent voice.



    15. This is a good story about how much your grandmother can influence youre life in a good way Even your friends Good read aloud book Good for preschool up to 2nd grade.




    16. True story my brother was named Joseph after Joey in this book, because my sister and I were obsessed with the book.




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