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Stop That Stew!

3.0 of 5 stars 3.00  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Mr. Winkle makes himself a delicious stew one day in his big, brown pot. Not one to keep a good thing to himself, hes desperate to share his stew, so he takes it, pot and all, on the road. He gets a little more than he bargained for when the delectable smell of his stew brings everyone who smells it running. This clever and engaging story is sure to awaken childrens hunger ...more
Paperback, 23 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Windmill Books (first published December 15th 2009)
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Eva Leger
Deborah Rigby's illustrations in this book are loud and funny and really easy on the eyes. The illustrations, along with the story, had both of us laughing out loud more than once. You know where the story is going the whole time, right from the beginning, but with this story it makes no difference at all.
Mr. Winkle basically leaves a very great smelling pot of stew on the top of his car and on the way to his friends how a host of people and animals smell the stew and all, for various reasons,
Amanda Day
repeating story about a man that puts soup on the top of his car and has many different people following him to get it or the other people chasing it.
Mr. Winkle journeys to share his stew with a friend, in the process attracting quite a crowd. Simple text, simple illustrations. Repetitive.
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Margaret Mahy was a well-known New Zealand author of children's and young adult books. While the plots of many of her books have strong supernatural elements, her writing concentrates on the themes of human relationships and growing up.

Her books The Haunting and The Changeover: A Supernatural Romance both received the Carnegie Medal of the British Library Association. There have 100 children's boo
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