Pino and the Signora's Pasta #2020

Pino and the Signora's Pasta By Janet Pedersen Pino and the Signora s Pasta Set against a romantic backdrop straight from the streets of Rome Janet Pedersen s whimsical tale reminds us that the purr fection we seek is often right under our whiskered noses Mamma mia All the c
  • Title: Pino and the Signora's Pasta
  • Author: Janet Pedersen
  • ISBN: 9780763623968
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pino and the Signora's Pasta By Janet Pedersen Set against a romantic backdrop straight from the streets of Rome, Janet Pedersen s whimsical tale reminds us that the purr fection we seek is often right under our whiskered noses.Mamma mia All the cats love the Signora s pasta fresh and sweet, spiced to perfection, and served with affection Only Pino turns up his nose and searches for something different, somethiSet against a romantic backdrop straight from the streets of Rome, Janet Pedersen s whimsical tale reminds us that the purr fection we seek is often right under our whiskered noses.Mamma mia All the cats love the Signora s pasta fresh and sweet, spiced to perfection, and served with affection Only Pino turns up his nose and searches for something different, something that will make him purr like the best fed cat in all of Rome But whatever this finicky gourmet tastes, from fresh fish at the local cafe Shoo, cat Shoo to a stew at the fancy trattoria Shoo, cat Shoo a certain something is missing What s a lonely, hungry cat to do
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    1. Janet Pedersen

      Janet Pedersen, a former children s book designer who now writes and illustrates her own stories, says that much of her work is based on childhood memories When I was growing up, she explains, my family and I spent our summers in Tehachapi, California, where we lived and worked on our ranch I took care of pigs, chickens, and a baby calf I named Lucy These experiences proved to be a wellspring of ideas for the resourceful author illustrator, who infuses her stories about animals with a compelling authenticity and simplicity Janet Pedersen s first book with Candlewick Press, MILLIE IN THE MEADOW, drew its inspiration from these recollections of the ranch It is the story of a young calf named Millie who watches an artist paint each of her animal friends, and with every new canvas wonders if it might be her turn to be the artist s subject This charming tale began as a bedtime story for the author s son, but amazingly, the story s original star was not Millie the calf, but Millie the moth Later, Janet Pedersen came to envision the heroine as her childhood companion, Lucy the calf She says, Lucy was just as knobby kneed and long lashed as Millie, and she swished her tail just as often I like to think Lucy was as happy as Millie, playing in the tall grass with her many colorful friends MILLIE IN THE MEADOW quickly won admirers for both its easy appeal and its value in teaching key concepts to little ones This unprepossessing tale of a cow with a toddler attitude teaches animal attributes as it goes along, says PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Adds KIRKUS REVIEWS, Young readers will enjoy guessing the animals from the descriptions Pedersen s very childlike watercolors personify Millie s curiosity and actions like a preschool child caught up in her own world Picture perfect With her second Millie book, MILLIE WANTS TO PLAY , Janet Pedersen again capitalizes on personal experience this time from motherhood rather than childhood I was inspired to write this story while I was watching my son try to contain his excitement, explains the author illustrator Waiting for a treat, a holiday, a play date, or even for his groggy mom and dad to finally wake up can be very difficult to do That burst of energy and sheer delight when the moment finally arrives is what I wanted to portray in MILLIE WANTS TO PLAY Janet Pedersen currently resides in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and son.

    965 thoughts on “Pino and the Signora's Pasta”

    1. All the cats in the town love the Signora s delicious pasta, but Pino is tired of eating the same old thing every day In hopes for something delicious than the Signora s pasta, Pino searches and searches through the streets of Rome but ends up getting kicked out of every dining place he goes to This is a great book to read to students because its a great example of how we should be grateful for what we have The story of Pino does a good job in explaining the importance of being thankful Not onl [...]


    2. A cute book that teaches the importance of being thankful for what you have I especially enjoyed it because my grandmother used to feed all of the strays in her neighborhood by making huge pots of fish stew with leftovers A fun book if you d like to teach your child some Italian words.



    3. This was an adorable book I am keeping track of these books so that I can look for them on and get a cool little library for Isha.



    4. My three year old liked this I liked it too because I remember being so impressed with all the cats in the Roman ruins when my parents took me there as a child.


    5. I should have read this one aloud to my cats, to teach them to appreciate their food and not turn their noses up at it



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