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Pizza Pat by Rita Golden Gelman
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Pizza Pat

by Rita Golden Gelman

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20 months - you love this book, simple, rhyming and of course if it's about cooking it's got to be a winner!! (House that Jack built-esque) ( )
  maddiemoof | Oct 20, 2015 |
Pat has the perfect ingredients to make a fantastic pizza: floppy and stretchy dough, gloppy and gooey sauce, spicy sausages, white cheese, and an 800-degree oven. Unfortunately for pat, some neighborhood mice have plans of their own for the food.
  mariasegoviano | Jan 21, 2014 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 067989134X, Paperback)

Pizza is fun to make. Pizza Pat stretches the floppy dough, puts on the gloppy tomatoes, adds the sloppy sausages, sprinkles on the cheese, and then pops it in the oven. But just before he cuts into his delicious pizza pie, he turns his back for one second--and the pizza disappears! A gang of hungry mice have taken Pat's irresistible creation away for themselves. Kids love pizza, and this cumulative Step 1 book, based on the poem "The House That Jack Built", will whet their appetites for both pizza and books!

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A cumulative rhyme describes the choppy cheese, sloppy sausages, gloppy tomatoes, and floppy dough that are cooked into a pizza and enjoyed by dozens of mice.

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