Monday, June 21, 2021

The Grumpy Frumpy Croissant


          Everyone gets cross now and again.  In the book The Grumpy Frumpy Croissant, we find that even croissants do too! 

 
Mona K
 
       In this imaginative tale by Mona K., Croissant gets mad at his friends because he couldn’t be first and thought there wasn’t room for him.  As his anger escalated, his friends quickly became out of sorts too. Fortunately, his friend Milk suggests a technique that calmed everyone.  Korey Scott’s colorful cartoon characters are so expressive and make the story come alive.

 

Korey Scott

     

  

 

 

 

 

 

    A couple of surprises are included at the end of the book.  First is an illustrated recipe for croissants.  Sounds tasty enough I’m going to try out the recipe.  Following that are four black and white full-page scenes from the story for young readers to color.

 

          The Grumpy Frumpy Croissant is perfect for teachers and counselors to share with their early childhood students when talking about big emotions.   

 

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