Kids Review: When Carrot Met Cookie (Erica S. Perl)

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About This Book:

Can a vegetable and a dessert really be friends? Find out in this sweet story of solidarity!

Cookie and Carrot are a true dynamic duo. Carrot teaches Cookie how to dip (in hummus), and Cookie teaches Carrot how to dunk (in milk). But when Cookie and Carrot's other pals make fun of their friendship, the two start to wonder if different food groups can ever really be friends. Packed with plenty of puns, this satisfying tale of acceptance and forgiveness will leave kids asking for more.

Exciting, easy-to-read books are the stepping stone a young reader needs to bridge the gap between being a beginner and being fluent.

 

*Review Contributed by Beth Rodgers, Staff Reviewer*

Sweet and Entertaining
 
‘When Carrot Met Cookie’ by Erica S. Perl, illustrated by Jonathan Fenske, is an adorable story about an unlikely friendship, but one which endures. While Carrot and Cookie are good friends, some of their other friends and family don’t understand their interest in each other. It makes them question their own relationship.

Full of cute puns and carrot and cookie humor, the illustrations perfectly capture the fun they have with each other and the sadness they feel when others don’t understand their companionship. There are cute nicknames for some of the food characters, as well as interesting twists that bring them back together, and allow them to show others just what is so special about the way they care for each other.

Not only is this book about friendship, kindness, and understanding, but it also shows how the way you feel should never be overshadowed by someone else’s opinion. A sweet, entertaining, creative story that will fast become a favorite among children and adults alike!
 
Good Points:
Not only is this book about friendship, kindness, and understanding, but it also shows how the way you feel should never be overshadowed by someone else’s opinion. A sweet, entertaining, creative story that will fast become a favorite among children and adults alike!

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